NHL Arena for 30,000 fans. Why, Why Not?
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10-09-2007, 02:58 PM
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Actually, as the supply curve shifts to the right and assuming demand doesn't change at all, the equilibrium point drops. At some point, adding too many seats will create a surplus and force overall prices down just to break even.
Regardless, the profit matrix is a bell-curve. Starting with zero seats and increasing, profits will rise will rise, then continue to rise at a rate of diminishing returns.
In Toronto, Montreal, even Vancouver, demand is highly or perfectly inelastic and not a curve.
Those cities could pack an arena of 30k seats easily. Even without elasticity, remember the definition of demand.
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