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Clicker Questions April 12 _ 14 - E. Latin PS Clarification...

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Microeconomics 100A April 12, 2011 Monopolistic Competition
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Where will firm 4 choose to locate on the circle in order to get the most consumers? Firm 1 Firm 2 Firm 3 A B C
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At which point will firm 4 get more consumers? Firm 1 Firm 2 Firm 3 A B C D. All options give the same profit
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Where will firm 2 choose to locate on the circle in order to get the most consumers? Firm 1 A B C D. All options give the same profit
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Where will firm 3 choose to locate on the circle in order to get the most consumers? Firm 1 Firm 2 A B C D. All options give the same profit
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Where will firm 2 move to on the circle in order to get more consumers? Firm 1 Firm 2 A B C D. All options give the same profit Firm 3
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What is the equilibrium for 3 firms on the circle, where no one moves? There are many: Firm 1 Firm 2 Firm 3
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Microeconomics 100A April 14, 2011 Supplement 2: Principal Agent & Moral Hazard
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Em qual lingua eu estou falando? (In what language am I speaking?) A. English B. Spanish C. French D. Portuguese
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Unformatted text preview: E. Latin PS Clarification • #2 part g: Use of the word “oligopoly” • Are there any values of beta for which the monopolist prices for both goods are smaller than the oligopoly prices? If so, explain how this can be profitable for the monopolist. You may choose your points for this clicker question according to the following scheme: A. I want 2 clicker points no matter what B. I want 0 clicker points if the coin lands heads; 4 clicker points if the coin lands tails You may choose your points for this clicker question according to the following scheme: A. I want 2 clicker points no matter what B. I want 0 clicker points if the coin lands heads; 6 clicker points if the coin lands tails You may choose your points for this extra credit clicker question according to the following scheme: A. I want 2 clicker points no matter what B. I want 0 clicker points if the coin lands heads; 4 clicker points if the coin lands tails...
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2011 for the course ECON 100A taught by Professor Woroch during the Spring '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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