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Lecture 11

ECO1504 Lecture 11: Les firmes sur les marchés parfaitement concurrentiels.pdf

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Les firmes sur les marchés parfaitement concurrentiels Une concurrence parfaite a ces caractéristiques: Les acheteurs et vendeurs sont nombreux (aucun pouvoir significatif). Les biens offerts par les vendeurs sont à peu près identiques. (homogénéité) L’information en matière de prix et de technologie est parfaite (disponible, pertinente, etc.) Les brevets sont inclues dans cela. Dans un marché concurrentiel, le prix est fixé par les lois de l’offre et de la demande. Il existe 3 sortes de recettes: Totale: Prix X Quantité Moyenne: Totale/quantité Marginale: Variation attribuée à la vente d’une unité additionnelle. Profit maximale: lorsque RM=CM. C’est équivalent à la quantité maximale de l'offre Logiquement, si RM>CM la firme doit continuer à produire. Si RM
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