Good p17 q14 and p28 q23 mr tr p1q1 p2q2 28

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Unformatted text preview: and P2=8, Q2=3 MR = TR = P1*Q1 – P2*Q2 = 28 – 24 = 4 MR Q Q1 – Q2 1 6 MR of the 4th unit=4<7=P of selling 4 units Profit maximizing Q and P for Profit a Monopolist Monopolist MC = MR for a Monopolist graphically Price/Cost MC ATC Monopolist Profit = TR–TC = (Pm*)Qm*-(ATC at QM*)Qm* = (Pm*-ATC at Qm*)(Qm*) Pm* Economic Profit ATC at Qm* MC=MR MR Qm* Demand Quantity 7 Social Cost of a Monopoly as Social compared to a Competitive Market Market Competitive Market Monopoly Price/Costs Price/Costs MC=Supply MC ATC CS Pm* CS P* MR ATC at Qm* PS DWL PS Demand Q* Quantity MR Qm* Demand Quantity 8 Price Discrimination One way a monopolist causes a social cost is by price One discrimination. For example: Movie Theatres discrimination. Price Discrimination is selling a given product at more than one price, with the price difference being unrelated to differences in cost. differences A price discriminating monopolist charges some customers price more than others based upon personal preferences of the monopolist. monopolist. Required Conditions for a Monopolist to charge Required different prices different Firm must face a downward sloping demand curve Firm must be able to separate and identify buyers Firm Firm must be able to prevent resale of the product In a competitive market, buyers are charged the same In price for a couple of reasons: price Market sets the P Goods are homogenous between all of the sellers We assume buyers have full knowledge 9...
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