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Monopoly, Oligopoly, and Monopolistic Competition (Graphing Notebook)
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This book is designed for both students and teachers. First, students receive handouts of each graph including a table of contents page to help with their organization. Second, teachers receive step... More > by step PDF slides of each graph that can be displayed for their students to copy on the handouts during instruction. List of Graphs: Monopoly (Elasticity and Total Revenue), Natural Monopoly, Natural Monopoly (Socially Optimal), Natural Monopoly (CS, Profit, DWL), Monopoly (Non-Price Discrimination), Non-Price Discriminating Monopoly (Profit), Non-Price Discriminating Monopoly (Loss), Monopoly (Perfect Price Discrimination), Perfect Price Discriminating Monopoly (Profit), Monopoly (CS, PS, and DWL), Monopoly (PS and TR), Monopoly (Government Regulation), Monopoly (Lump Sum Subsidy), Monopoly (Lump Sum Tax), Monopoly (Per Unit Subsidy), Monopoly (Per Unit Tax), Oligopoly(Kinked Demand Curve) Monopolistic Competition (Short Run Profit), Monopolistic Competition (Short Run Loss), Monopolistic Competition (Long Run)< Less
Optimal Trade and Industrial Policy Under Oligopoly, a Mathematical and Optimization Approach.
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Because of the inherent complexities of Oligopoly, economists over the years have proposed several theories, some simple and some with marvels of mathematical complexity all ... More > purported to explain oligopoly conduct and performance. The concern of this work is to ameliorate the great uncertainty in an oligopoly as it test the various oligopoly models postulated, like Cournot, Bertrand, Starkelberg, Quasi-competition, and Collusion and find out that which maximizes output, profit and consumer’s welfare the most, and that will generally be accepted as a relatively best oligopoly model. The researcher decided to introduce industrial policy (tax) to ratify any discrepancy to make sure that optimal equilibrium is attained.< Less
Introduction to Economic Analysis
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Introduction to Economic Analysis
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Microeconomics - Undergraduate Essays and Revision Notes
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This book contains essays and revision notes for Microeconomics at the undergraduate level. This book includes the following topics: - Utility Curves; - Perfect Competition vs. Monopoly; -... More > Oligopoly; - Collusion; - Monopolistic Competition; - Price Discrimination; - X-Efficiency; - Why do Firms Exist?; - Negative Externalities; -Positive Externalities; - Public Goods; - Adverse Selection; - General Equilibrium; - Efficiency Wages; - Minimum Wages and Unemployment.< Less
Microeconomics: Undergraduate Essays and Revision Notes
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This book contains essays and revision notes for Microeconomics at the undergraduate level. This book includes the following topics: - Utility Curves; - Perfect Competition vs. Monopoly; -... More > Oligopoly; - Collusion; - Monopolistic Competition; - Price Discrimination; - X-Efficiency; - Why do Firms Exist?; - Negative Externalities; - Positive Externalities; - Public Goods; - Adverse Selection; - General Equilibrium; - Efficiency Wages; - Minimum Wages and Unemployment; - Arrow-Pratt Risk-Aversion.< Less
General Theory of the Precariat: Great Recession, Revolution, Reaction
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From the fast-food industry to the sharing economy, precarious work has become the norm in contemporary capitalism, like the anti-globalization movement predicted it would. This book describes how... More > the precariat came into being under neoliberalism and how it has radicalized in response to crisis and austerity. It investigates the political economy of precarity and the historical sociology of the precariat, and discusses movements of precarious youth against oligopoly and oligarchy in Europe, America, and East Asia.< Less
ECN 601 GRAND CANYON WEEK 4 COMPLETE WORK (JANUARY 2016) By
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ECN 601 GRAND CANYON WEEK 4 COMPLETE WORK (JANUARY 2016) Just Click on Below Link To Download This... More > Course: http://www.tutorialsexperts.com/product/ecn-601-grand-canyon-week-4-complete-work-january-2016/ ECN 601 Grand Canyon Week 4 Complete Work (January 2016) ECN601 ECN 601 Grand Canyon Week 4 Discussion 1 (January 2016) Public utilities are usually identified as monopolies. With whom does Arizona Public Service, the electric utility in metro Phoenix, compete? Are they the only provider in their marketplace? ECN 601 Grand Canyon Week 4 Discussion 2 (January 2016) What characteristic(s) of oligopoly make their prices and output levels “sticky?” Does this make the firms more risky or less risky?< Less
ECN 360 Grand Canyon Week 3 Discussion
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To get this tutorial follow this link: http://dodohelp.com/ECN-360-Grand-Canyon/ECN-360-Grand-Canyon-Week-3-Discussion ECN 360 Grand Canyon Week 3 Discussion 1 There are estimates that as many as... More > 4,000 pizzerias open every year in the U.S. and just as many close. Why does this continue to happen? ECN 360 Grand Canyon Week 3 Discussion 2 The manufacturers of R.C. Cola, with 2.1% market share in the soft drink industry, recently launched a new advertising campaign describing their brand as a “hip alternative” to “corporate colas” like Coke and Pepsi. Why don’t they simply try and gain market share by cutting price? What property of oligopoly markets explains this type of behavior?< Less
ECN 360 GRAND CANYON WEEK 3 DISCUSSION By
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ECN 360 GRAND CANYON WEEK 3 DISCUSSION Just Click on Below Link To Download This Course: http://www.tutorialsexperts.com/product/ecn-360-grand-canyon-week-3-discussion/ ECN 360 Grand Canyon Week 3... More > Discussion ECN360 ECN 360 Grand Canyon Week 3 Discussion 1 There are estimates that as many as 4,000 pizzerias open every year in the U.S. and just as many close. Why does this continue to happen? ECN 360 Grand Canyon Week 3 Discussion 2 The manufacturers of R.C. Cola, with 2.1% market share in the soft drink industry, recently launched a new advertising campaign describing their brand as a “hip alternative” to “corporate colas” like Coke and Pepsi. Why don’t they simply try and gain market share by cutting price? What property of oligopoly markets explains this type of behavior?< Less

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