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When: A price ceiling is a government-imposed to control prices
or limit on how high a price is charged for a product. Governments
intend price ceilings to protect consumers from conditions that could
make necessary commodities unattainable.
Purpose: A price ceiling occurs when the government puts a legal limit on how high the price of a product can be. This is done to make commodities affordable to the general public.
Recommendation: I will recommend it because it cushions those who are not able to acquire commodities because of low income.
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Let's takes take an example of the house-rent market. lets saya price of $5000 has been determined as the equilibrium price with the quantity at 20 homes. Now, the government determines a price ceiling of $2000. At this rate there is a shortage (demand for 20 houses, but supply is for only 10 houses).
Aug 13th, 2015
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