Managerial Economics; Management;
Price-Output Determination under Monopoly in the Long Run;
Introduction- 00:00:00- 00:00:30
Long Run Price-Output Determination 00:00:31- 00:06:57
*What are the similarities between long run and short run
with respect to the price-output decisions?
*The conditions under which the monopolist can expand his
*Graphical representation of profit-maximizing output and
*How is the profit of the firm calculated graphically?
*What is the major difference between price-output
determinations in the long run with that of the short run?
*What are the conditions under which the firm can enhance
its production in the long run in a monopoly?
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