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Question 11 - Multiple Choice ID: 5155758CorrectQuestion: In a principal-agent relationship, the principal’s goal is toControl the agentPay the agentAlign agent’s incentives with principal’s goalsEradicate shirking
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Question 13 - Multiple Choice ID: 5155743CorrectQuestion: The strategy underlying price discrimination is
Question 14 - Multiple Choice ID: 5155742CorrectQuestion: You are considering entry into a market in which there is currently only one producer (incumbent). Entry will require $20k in fixyear). If you enter, the incumbent can take one of two strategies, price low or price high. If they price high, then you expect a $60k profitloss per year. You should enter if you believe:
Question 15 - Multiple Choice ID: 5155750CorrectQuestion: Which is NOT an example of bundling?An extra value meal at Wendy’sA buy-one-get-one-half-off sale at Foot LockerMicrosoft OfficeA large tub of popcorn at the movie theatre
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CorrectQuestion: Market competition led to the rise of franchising in the 1950s. The franchiser (the company owning the franchise) gives the fraknow-how to sell or give out services of that company using its image, logos, and publicity methods in return for a fixed or variable francattributed to the following factors EXCEPT

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