Tutorial 5 (Week 7) - EC1301 10/11 Semester 1 EC1301...

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EC1301 10/11 Semester 1 1 EC1301 Tutorial Discussion 5 (Week 7) 1. Consider the market for air travel between Singapore and Penang. The long-run average cost is constant at $200 per passenger, and the demand curve is linear, with a slope of -$1 per passenger. A secure monopolist would charge a price of $280 and serve 70 passengers per day. The other possible prices are $260 for an insecure monopolist, $250 for the duopoly outcome, and $170 for the case in which one airline picks a large quantity and a low price but a second airline enters anyway. a. Describe the game using a diagram and a game tree [first one like Figure 13.7 (page 38 in lecture slide) and the second one like Figure 13.8 (page 41 in lecture slide) in your text] b. Use your second figure to predict the outcome of the entry deterrence game. What is the price of air travel? 2. Your firm sells a very popular children’s toy. The manager of another firm is thinking about introducing a similar toy. Your average cost of production is constant at $2 per toy. At the current
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This note was uploaded on 05/10/2011 for the course MATH 1505 taught by Professor Yap during the Winter '11 term at National University of Singapore.

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Tutorial 5 (Week 7) - EC1301 10/11 Semester 1 EC1301...

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