• 515 Search Results 'Monopoly'
  • 0

    Filter(s)

All 515 results

document-image
AQA A level: Monopoly, Price discrimination, Monopoly vs Perfect competition
(0)
$4.21

28 Pages of notes for the hard topics: Monopoly, Price discrimination, Monopoly vs Perfect competition. Up to date notes for AQA A level 2020 from Oundle school's economics department. Notes are mostly typed up to make it more legible, there are some things you don't need to know for this topic, but included because including them in your essay will impress your examiner/teacher and score extra marks.

i See more info x
  • Summary
  •  • 28 pages • 
  • by ernestho • 
  • uploaded  27-06-2020
Quick View
i x

Sell your knowledge on Stuvia

Hundred thousands of people are searching for your content every day. You can easily upload your summaries to our platform and start earning money from your study notes.

Sign up for free today and start earning while helping others!

Start selling or learn more about selling on Stuvia  
document-image
A small business which produces plastic vacuum-suction covers for round household dishes has a monopoly that is protected by a utility patent. The market demand curve for this product is estimated to be: Q = 6009 '“ 25P where Q is the number of plat
(0)
$3.49

A small business which produces plastic vacuum-suction covers for round household dishes has a monopoly that is protected by a utility patent. The market demand curve for this product is estimated to be: Q = 6009 '“ 25P where Q is the number of plate covers per year and P is in dollars. Cost estimation processes have determined that the firm's cost function is represented by TC = 120 + 2500Q -0.25*Q2.

i See more info x
  • Summary
  •  • 3 pages • 
  • by Braingain • 
  • uploaded  04-01-2021
Quick View
i x
document-image
A small business which produces plastic vacuum-suction covers for round household dishes has a monopoly that is protected by a utility patent. The market demand curve for this product is estimated to be: Q = 6009 '“ 25P where Q is the number of plate c
(0)
$3.49

A small business which produces plastic vacuum-suction covers for round household dishes has a monopoly that is protected by a utility patent. The market demand curve for this product is estimated to be: Q = 6009 '“ 25P where Q is the number of plate covers per year and P is in dollars. Cost estimation processes have determined that the firm's cost function is represented by TC = 120 + 2500Q -0.25*Q2. (i) What is the profit-maximizing price and output level? Solve this algebraically for eq...

i See more info x
  • Summary
  •  • 3 pages • 
  • by Braingain • 
  • uploaded  04-01-2021
Quick View
i x