Jialin Cai
1. Industry Entry
Given an inverse demand function: P = a bQ; where a = 100, b = 1, and the short-run cost
function is C(Q) = eQ + f, where e = 10 and f = 9, if all firms are economically i
1. Demand, Elasticity and the Total Revenue Test
Given a demand function: Q = a bP; if a = 100, b = 1, and the market price is $60:
a. Solve for quantity demanded, price elasticity, consumer surplus a
Homework Assignment #1
Industry Analysis
RuiHao Min
1.
a. quantity demand: Q = a bP= 100-1*60= $40
Price elasticity: -1.5
Consumer surplus: 0.5*40*(100-60) =800
Total revenue: P*Q=60*40=$2400
b. quant
6E117: Money, Banking and Financial Markets
Hennadige Thenuwara
Homework 11
RuiHao Min
1.
a. What are the differences between the Quantity Theory of Money Demand and
Keynesian Demand for Money?
Quanti
6E117: Money, Banking and Financial Markets
Fall 2012
Homework 7
RuiHao Min
1. Write brief notes on the following. (Read Mishkin Chapters 11 and 12)
a. Volcker Rule
Trading restrictions placed on fina
Econ:3350:001 (06E:141) Industry Analysis
Stacey Brook, Ph. D.
Homework Assignment #5
RuiHao Min
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1. Horizontal Mergers I
a. Solve for one of the firms q*, P*, total revenue, total cost and pr
6E117: Money, Banking and Financial Markets
Homework 2
RuiHao Min
1. a. What are the functions of Money?
Money is often defined in terms of the three functions or services that it provides.
Money serv
Glodbal HW Chap12
Question 1:
01. The worlds largest exporter of goods in 2005 was:
YOUR ANSWER: C. Germany. CORRECT ANSWER: C. Germany. SCORE:1 pointsFEEDBACK:Correct: Thats
correct. Germany exported
Industry Analysis
Homework 3
RuiHao Min
1.
For the Dominant Firm
Find intersect from two curves - MR_f and market demand D, whose value of X is 36, so
I know the intersect of dominant firms demand cur