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Identify the Monopoly Output and Price By Homework Help Classof1
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Suppose that now the market is monopolized (e.g., a cartel is formed that determines the price and output as a monopolist would and allocates production equally to each member). Draw a figure... More > showing the monopolist's equilibrium output and price.< Less
Estimate the Equilibrium Price and Quantity of Gasoline By Homework Help Classof1
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"Suppose that in a city there are 100 identical self-service gasoline stations selling the same type of gasoline. The total daily market demand function for gasoline in the market is... More > QD=60,000-25,000P, where P is expressed in dollars per gallon. The daily market supply curve is QS=25,000P for P$0.60. Determine algebraically the equilibrium price and quantity of gasoline. "< Less
The Four Sources of Expenditure By Homework Help Classof1
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Assume that, over time, engineers develop new residential furnaces that can run on different types of fuels, e.g., natural gas, electricity, propane, and fuel oil, simply by flipping a switch on the... More > furnace. How would this technological change affect the price elasticity of demand for natural gas? Why?< Less
THE ECONOMICS OF SEX By Robert Shields
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A funny and intriguing perception into sex with the use of economics. A compelling exercise for the arm chair intellectual, or those just curious as to what happened in their sex lives when nothing... More > else could explain it. Robert Shields is an expert witness as an economist in the utility industry. He has testified in a multitude of dockets and other legal proceedings. Graduating at the top of his economics class at the University of Arkansas and winning the award as the “Most Outstanding Student in Economics,” he applies his worldly insight of economics to the arena of sex, explaining some of the better or worse moments of our sex lives. Shields is also a syndicated sports writer. He applies his same comical humor that he has used for over ten years in his sports column. His incorporation of witticism and sex make this study in economics worthwhile.< Less
Monopolies and the People By Charles Whiting Baker
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This book offers a broad and in depth study on the subject of monopoly and competition, including their nature, types, causes, effects, growth, the natural laws, the evils and the remedies of their... More > problems, provided detailed case studies in all major industries, such as mining, transportation and communication, real estate, trade, insurance, government, labor market, etc. The book explains the destruction of competition by monopolies and practical suggestions for controlling monopoles. The book also touches upon the topics of wealth creation and congestion, poverty, financial crises, waste competition, etc. The author's wisdom on how consolidation, patent system, stock market, future contract, outsourcing manufacture to foreign countries, etc. could play evil roles and restrain competition etc. may surprise many. The book presents the facts in a readable and concise way. The book is a must-read by business executives, leaders, money managers and traders.< Less
Monopolies and the People By Charles Whiting Baker
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This book offers a broad and in depth study on the subject of monopoly and competition, including their nature, types, causes, effects, growth, the natural laws, the evils and the remedies of their... More > problems, provided detailed case studies in all major industries, such as mining, transportation and communication, real estate, trade, insurance, government, labor market, etc. The book explains the destruction of competition by monopolies and practical suggestions for controlling monopoles. The book also touches upon the topics of wealth creation and congestion, poverty, financial crises, waste competition, etc. The author's wisdom on how consolidation, patent system, stock market, future contract, outsourcing manufacture to foreign countries, etc. could play evil roles and restrain competition etc. may surprise many. The book presents the facts in a readable and concise way. The book is a must-read by business executives, leaders, money managers and traders.< Less
Calculate Equilibrium Quantity and Price for a Monopolist By Homework Help Classof1
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"1. How many gasoline stations would the monopolist operate? 2. Can we say that the monopoly leads to a less efficient use of resources than perfect competition? What is the amount of the... More > deadweight loss, if any? "< Less
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Enviro-Sheltering By Timothy McBride
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This special edition has a collection of pictures and graphical aids for your imagination. A fast forward look into the emerging technologies of the, Green mean, " Future"------ If You... More > need to get inspired about going Green, Solar! **** Or just more environmentally responsible ? Then, this is your note book with a commentary that puts you right into the solar self-reliant habitat philosophy and debate. Along with some great technological tips as it is being developed all around you. Start your investigation into the abilities of specialized energy conscience structures that can supply all or most energy, needed on site co-existing with Human Eco-Lifestyles. Climb aboard and begin your journey back to the land, with a fist full of independent energy experience in your back pocket.< Less
Sexonomics By Robert Shields
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A funny and intriguing perception into sex with the use of economics. A compelling exercise for the arm chair intellectual, or those just curious as to what happened in their sex lives when nothing... More > else could explain it. Robert Shields is an expert witness as an economist in the utility industry. He has testified in a multitude of dockets and other legal proceedings. Graduating at the top of his economics class at the University of Arkansas and winning the award as the “Most Outstanding Student in Economics,” he applies his worldly insight of economics to the arena of sex, explaining some of the better or worse moments of our sex lives. Shields is also a syndicated sports writer. He applies his same comical humor that he has used for over fifteen years in his sports column. His incorporation of witticism and sex make this study in economics worthwhile.< Less

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