What is Market Equilibrium? Show the effect of the increase in Demand for Forestry Goods in Market Equilibrium.

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What is Market Equilibrium?  Show the effect of increase in Demand for Forestry Goods in Market Equilibrium.

 
Prices of commodities are determined by the interaction of two forces i.e. demand and supply. 
 
Demand has an inverse relation with the price when the price rises, less quantity is demanded. On the other hand, supply has a direct relation with price if price increase, more quantity is supplied and vice versa it is the equality of these two forces which settles the price of a commodity at a particular level in the market. 
 
If at any time, the quantity demanded and quantity supplied are not equal, price starts moving. The movement of price induces opposite changes in demand and supply. 
 
A fall in price extends demand but contracts supply. While a rise in price contracts demand and expands supply. The movement of price, upward or downward, continues till such a price is reached at which demand becomes just equal to supply. This is called equilibrium price. Thus equilibrium of market refers to a situation where forces of demand and supply balance each other.
  

 

 

Price of timber per m3
Quantity Demanded m3
Quantity supply m3
Market condition
Price with change
300
100
20
D > S
Upward
600
80
40
D > S
Upward
900
60
60
D = S
Equilibrium
1200
40
80
D < S
Downward
1500
20
100
D < S
Downward
 
From the table, it shows that equilibrium price per m3 of Timber is determined at Rs.900 and the equilibrium quantity of timber is 60 m3. We now make a diagram from the above table to show the determination of equilibrium price.
What is Market Equilibrium?  Show the effect of increase in Demand for Forestry Goods in Market Equilibrium.
The effect of increase in demand for forestry goods may change the market equilibrium. Given the supply curve, when there is rise in demand, both equilibrium price and quantity product increase. DD&SS are original demand and supply curves. The equilibrium price and quantity are OP & OQ. When demand increases the demand curve will shift upward to D/ position and new equilibrium will be E/. At this new equilibrium, the price will increase to OP/ and quantity supply will also increase to OQ/
 

“Increase of demand pushes up the price while fall of demand depresses it.”

 
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Naeem Javid Muhammad Hassani

NJMH is working as Deputy Conservator of Forests in Balochistan Forest & Wildlife Department (BFWD). He is the CEO of Tech Urdu (techurdu.net) Forestrypedia (forestrypedia.com), Majestic Pakistan (majesticpakistan.pk), All Pak Notifications (allpaknotifications.com), Essayspedia, etc & their YouTube Channels). He is an Environmentalist, Blogger, YouTuber, Developer & Vlogger.

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