Ch. 8: Costs of Taxation; Ch. 9: International Trade Ch. 13: Costs of Production; Ch. 14: Competitive Market 15: Monopoly Ch. 16: Monopolistic Competition Ch. 17: Oligopoly Text book: Principles of...

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Ch. 8: Costs of Taxation; Ch. 9: International Trade
Ch. 13: Costs of Production; Ch. 14: Competitive Market
15: Monopoly
Ch. 16: Monopolistic Competition
Ch. 17: Oligopoly
Text book: Principles of Microeconomic, N. Gregory Mankiw,6th edition
The exam will consist of 4 to 6 short answer questions.
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Robert answered on Dec 20 2021
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When there is a single nash equilinria its more likely tht the firms would collude, because if a firm tries
to deviate from the collusion strategy the other player can punish the player by playing nash equili
ium
strategy which provides lesser payoff.
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