Income elasticity and cross price elasticity, Managerial Economics


(a) As an advisor to government as well as that to a firm how will you make use of your knowledge on price elasticity of demand, income elasticity and cross price elasticity?

(b) Deadweight losses are associated only in the case of monopoly. Discuss.

(c) Distinguish among the various types of barriers that can exist under imperfect market structures.

(d) Oligopoly is always characterized by price stickyness, irrespective of whether it is a cooperative or competing one. Discuss.

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