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75.Refer to Figure 8-19. If the economy is at point B on the curve, then a small decrease in the tax rate willa.increase the deadweight loss of the tax and increase tax revenue.b.increase the deadweight loss of the tax and decrease tax revenue.c.decrease the deadweight loss of the tax and increase tax revenue.d.decrease the deadweight loss of the tax and decrease tax revenue.ANS: C
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76.Refer to Figure 8-19. According to a recent research paper published by the European Central Bank, the U.S.
77.Refer to Figure 8-19. According to a recent research paper published by the European Central Bank, which two countries are at a point such as point B if the tax in question is the tax on capital income?
78.When the government imposes taxes on buyers or sellers of a good, society
79.Taxes are costly to market participants because they a.transfer resources from market participants to the government.b.alter incentives.c.distort market outcomes.d.All of the above are correct.ANS: D
80.Taxes are of interest to
CHAPTER 14, 15, 16, 17 MARKET STRUCTURES/ INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION 1. Complete the following table about firms under different market structure: Perfect Competition MonopolyOligopolyMonopolistic CompetitionNumber of firmsTypes of productsFreedom of entry Nature of profits in the long-run Marginal versus PriceMarginal costsversus PriceObjective of the firmPrice Discrimination 2. Show (mathematically) that for any firm profits are maximized where MR=MC. 3. Why is P=AR=MR under perfect competition, while under monopoly MR< AR=P? 4. What do you understand by “a firm having market power?”5. Why do monopolies arise? 6. In one figure draw and label the following: Marginal Cost, Average Total Cost, Average Variable Cost and Average Fixed Costcurves, the “break-even” and “shut-down” points 7. In one figure draw and label the following: Total Cost, Variable Cost and Fixed Cost curves8. Draw graphs to illustrate the following:i.

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