Welfare Surplus

Surplus is defined as the extra benefit to society that a given good’s price gives to society. This can be split into producer and consumer surplus where producer surplus would be the extra profit they generate per good from a certain price level whilst consumer surplus is the utility provided by a product for its price level.

Consumer Surplus:

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