By Wilburn Wendell Newcomb
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The difference in the total is the marginal cost. The concern with the marginal differences goes right through economic analysis, and marginal cost is just one of many marginal concepts used by the economist. He also asks the questions: ‘What will be the difference in my total satisfaction if I have another £1000 of income per annum? ’ He asks similar questions about changes to that total as a result of falls in sales, decreases in production, etc. Thus, for any projected change he is able to assess the decrease in total beneﬁt on the one hand, Some Basic Concepts in Economics 17 and the increase in total beneﬁt on the other hand, and hence whether the ﬁnal beneﬁt is larger or smaller than it would have been without the change.
In other words, they interact with each other. 26 Introduction Fluctuations in construction output Fluctuations in construction output, which, in their more extreme form, are called construction, or more usually, building, cycles are endemic in the industry. In part they are caused by ﬂuctuations in the economy as a whole and in part by the nature of the construction product. There is a long history of interest by economists in building cycles, not because they were interested in the building industry but because they wanted to understand and explain the trade cycle generally.
Government controls the level of its own spending and, using taxation and borrowing powers, it can determine whether the way it ﬁnances its spending is likely to increase or decrease the level of demand and the likely effect on output. If the economy is working at or near its overall capacity, government may decide to decrease its own spending or, if that is not feasible, increase taxation to restrict the level of demand in the private sector. Whichever course of action is adopted, it will have considerable effects on the demand for construction, especially as it is usually easier to postpone capital expenditure than to cut current spending.