Econ 100B: Tang Homework 2: Ch 6 and Ch 7 Due Thursday January 22, at the beginning of class.
Winter Quarter 2009
1) Say the production function for a foam fingers is given by: q = 600 K 2 L2 - K 3 L3 . If K=1, over what range of L will the function have
Econ 100B: Tang
Winter Quarter 2009
Homework 1: Ch 6 Due Tuesday January 13, at the beginning of class. Please write your name, PID, and section number/TA name on your homework. 1) Assume there is only one way to make a spanish omelette. For each omelette
Sequential Cournot Oligopoly and
Intro. to Bertrand Price Competition
ECON 100C
S. Levkof
Sequential Cournot Duopoly: The Stackelberg
Model
2 firms (hence, duopoly) in the short-run
Selling Identical (homogeneous product)
Sequential Move / Dynamic Game
Fi
Intro to Game Theory II: Nash
Equilibrium
S. Levkof
ECON 100C
Again
So what now?.
Well need a diferent (weaker) equilibrium
concept if we dont end up with a DSE in the
infinite limit of the reduced game using IESDS.
For now, move on to the next two step
Intro. to Cournot Duopoly
ECON 100C
S. Levkof
Linear Demand & Constant AC=MC Model
(review)
(no fixed cost, constant marginal cost tech.)
Linear Demand Model (review)
(no fixed cost, constant marginal cost tech.)
What is the perfectly competitive p
ECON 100C
Problem Set 3:
Monopoly and Pricing Strategies
Prof. Levkoff
Part I. Evaluate the validity of each of the following statements. Be sure to clearly
accompany your explanation using graphs and equations where appropriate.
a) In a relatively more e
Econ 100B: Tang
Winter Quarter 2009
Homework 1: Ch 6 Due Tuesday 1/13, at the beginning of class. Please write your name, PID, and section number/TA name on your homework. 1) Assume there is only one way to make a spanish omelette. For each omelette you m
Econ 100B, Midterm 1
Tuesday, April 22, 2008
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Econ 100B: Tang Homework 2: Ch 6 and Ch 7 Due Thursday January 22, at the beginning of class. Please write your name and PID on your homework.
Winter Quarter 2009
1) Say the production function for a foam fingers is given by: q = 600 K 2 L2 - K 3 L3 . If
Econ 100B: Tang Homework 3: Ch 8 and beginning of Ch 9 Due Tuesday February 10, at the beginning of class. Please write your name and PID on your homework.
Winter Quarter 2009
1) Suppose the competitive market price for lunchboxes is $11/unit. Short run t
Econ 100B: Tang Homework 3: Ch 8 and beginning Ch 9 Due Tuesday February 10, at the beginning of class. Please write your name and PID on your homework.
Winter Quarter 2009
1) Suppose the competitive market price for lunchboxes is $11/unit. Short run tota
Econ 100B: Tang Homework 4: More Ch. 9 and Ch 15.1, 15.4 Due Thursday February 19, at the beginning of class. Please write your name and PID on your homework.
Spring Quarter 2008
1) Where h=hrs of service per week, assume the inverse demand curve for serv
Econ 100B: Tang Homework 4: More Ch. 9 and Ch 15.1, 15.4 Due Thursday February 19, at the beginning of class. Please write your name and PID on your homework.
Winter Quarter 2009
1) Where h=hrs of service per week, assume the inverse demand curve for serv
Econ 100B: Tang Homework 5: Ch. 10 Due Thursday March 12, at the beginning of class. Please write your name and PID on your homework.
Winter Quarter 2009
1) Consider the following Edgeworth box, showing indifference curves for two consumers A and B, an en
Econ 100B: Tang Homework 5: Ch. 10 Due Thursday March 12, at the beginning of class. Please write your name and PID on your homework.
Winter Quarter 2009
1) Consider the following Edgeworth box, showing indifference curves for two consumers A and B, an en
Econ 100B, Midterm 1 Version B Blue
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Differentiated Products Model
&
Infinite Horizon Oligopoly
ECON 100C
S. Levkoff
Cournot vs. Bertrand
The Cournot Model generates a gradual
depression of price down to MC as # of firms
increases.
Bertrand gives us an immediate convergence to
MC when we m