Topic network externalities learning outcome micro 14

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Topic: Network ExternalitiesLearning Outcome: Micro 14: Discuss production and pricing decisions within monopolies and how publicpolicies affect monopoliesAACSB: Reflective Thinking34) Although some economists believe network externalities are important barriers to entry, othereconomists disagree becauseA) they believe that the dominant positions of firms that are supposedly due to networkexternalities are to a greater extent the result of economies of scale.B) they believe that the dominant positions of firms that are supposedly due to networkexternalities are to a greater extent the result of the efficiency of firms in offering productsthat satisfy consumer preferences.C) they believe that most examples of network externalities are really barriers to entry caused bythe control of a key resource.D) network externalities are really negative externalities.Answer: B
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35) In discussions of barriers to entry, what is meant by the termʺvirtuous cycleʺ?
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