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Unformatted text preview: Managing in Complex Environments QUIZ #2 Name:_________________________________ Fall semester, 2006 Professor Atkin My lecture time is: _____ ID# _________________________________ SAMPLE QUIZ #2 PLEASE NOTE: QUESTIONS 1 12 ARE FROM CHAPTER 3 ; 13 28 ARE FROM CHAPTER 4 ; OTHERS WERE FROM CHAPTER 5 FOR WHICH YOU ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE AT THIS TIME & HENCE ARE NOT INCLUDED HERE. This closed-book, closed-note quiz has 35 3-point questions to be answered on optical scan sheets. When done with the quiz, please complete the peer evaluation. To get a grade, you must return (a) the quiz, (b) the answer sheet, and (c) the completed peer evaluation. Good luck! 1. All other things equal, a supply-side industry definition A a. identifies more rivals than a demand-side definition b. is more appropriate for goods industries than for service industries c. both of the above d. none of the above 2. The goal of industry analysis is to understand why some firms do well even in unattractive industries. a. true b. false B 3. Most industries are B a. monopolies b. oligopolies c. perfect competitions d. insufficient information to determine 4. Focused firms are firms that engage in D a. related diversification b. unrelated diversification c. both of the above d. none of the above 5. When suppliers have relatively greater power than the industry rivals C a. raw material prices charged by the suppliers tend to increase b. rivals expenditures tend to increase c. both of the above d. none of the above d....
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