Unformatted text preview: o firms in the industry, firm A and firm B. The firms enter
into a collusive agreement to share the market equally. If either firm cheats, the one that
cheats makes a profit of $300, while the complier loses $100. If neither firm cheats, each
makes $200 profit. Suppose the game is played repeatedly. What is the cooperative
e) Each firm makes $300 in each period
Each firm loses $100 in each period
Each firm makes $200 in each period
Each firm makes $0 in each period
Cooperative equilibrium is not possible between these firms Solution: c) Each firm makes $200 in each period
Cooperative equilibrium occurs when cheating is punished. Firms cooperate and earn
profits. Page 23 of 33 ©Prep101 www.prep101.com/freestuff Q38. A pizza shop is considering buying some new ovens. Each oven costs $3,000, and
is expected to last for 2 years before is wears out.
The ovens will generate an annual MRP of $1,815 for the first oven, $1,694 for the
second oven and $1,500 for the third oven. Assume all revenues are earned...
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This note was uploaded on 08/26/2010 for the course ECON 208 taught by Professor Dickenson during the Fall '07 term at McGill.
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