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This activity contains 22 questions.

Question 1.
Perfect competition occurs in a market where there are many firms each selling:

 
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Question 2.
Which one of the following does NOT occur in perfect competition?

 
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Question 3.
In perfect competition, a firm's marginal revenue equals its:

 
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Question 4.
Refer to the Figure below. What price will the monopolist charge in order to maximise profit? Graph for chapter 6, question 4

 
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Question 5.
Refer to the Figure in question 4. At the profit-maximising price and output, the total revenue is:

 
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Question 6.
Which three of the following characteristics apply to oligopoly?

 
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Question 7.
One difference between perfect competition and monopolistic competition is that:

 
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Question 8.
To achieve more market power, firms can:

 
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Question 9.
Under which type of market structure is price rigidity (stickiness) often predicted?

 
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Question 10.
Which two of the following assumptions apply to 'kinked-demand' analysis in oligopoly markets?

 
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Question 11.
A major threat to longer-term profits exists when barriers to entry into an industry are high.

   
 
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Question 12.
Extensive advertising can be a powerful barrier to entry into an industry.

   
 
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Question 13.
In a non-zero-sum game, any benefit to one firm must be offset by an equivalent loss to some other firm.

   
 
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Question 14.
In the long run, the monopolist can remain in the industry at a price that is just below long-run average costs.

   
 
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Question 15.
Under perfect competition the marginal cost curve for the industry is the supply curve for the industry.

   
 
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Question 16.
Under monopoly the marginal cost curve for the industry is the supply curve for the industry.

   
 
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Question 17.
A maxi-min decision rule means selecting the best of the worst possible outcomes in the pay-off matrix.

   
 
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Question 18.
Under kinked demand theory the prices of oligopolists are predicted to be rather rigid or 'sticky'.

   
 
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Question 19.
Price discrimination refers to charging different prices for different products in different markets.

   
 
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Question 20.
A 'natural monopoly' is said to exist when the minimum efficient size for the firm is a small percentage of industry output.

   
 
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Question 21.
Normal profits are more than sufficient to keep the firm in the industry in the long run.

   
 
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Question 22.
In the long run, firms under monopoly or oligopoly must only earn normal profits.

   
 
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