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CU-BOULDERECON 2010Christian HenniganFall

ECON 2010 Lecture 46: Midterm Review part 1 -- Going Over the Test

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CU-BOULDERECON 2010Christian HenniganFall

ECON 2010 Lecture 47: Midterm Review part 2 -- Going Over the Test

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15 Dec 2018
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CU-BOULDERECON 2010Christian HenniganFall

ECON 2010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Taipei Metro, European Cooperation In Science And Technology, Pyrazinamide

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5 Nov 2018
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CU-BOULDERECON 2010Christian HenniganFall

ECON 2010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Concentration Ratio, Game Theory, Nash Equilibrium

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9 Nov 2018
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Self-interest: both firms would be better off if both stick to the cartel agreement, but each firm has incentive to renege on the agreement, lesson: it
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CU-BOULDERECON 2010Christian HenniganFall

ECON 2010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Monopolistic Competition, Product Differentiation, Perfect Competition

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9 Nov 2018
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We would expect companies to advertise most in monopolistic competition (differentiation of product), less in monopolies because they have control over
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CU-BOULDERECON 2010Christian HenniganFall

ECON 2010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Sunk Costs, Perfect Competition, Market Power

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25 Oct 2018
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Should a firm shutdown vs. exit: shutdown: a short-run decision not to produce anything because of market conditions, exit: a long-run decision to leav
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CU-BOULDERECON 2010Christian HenniganFall

ECON 2010 Lecture 25: Ch. 13 The Costs of Production 3 and Ch. 14 Firms in Competitive Markets

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22 Oct 2018
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In the long run: atc at any q is cost per unit using the most efficient mix of inputs for that. Q (e. g. , the factory size with the lowest atc) Short
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CU-BOULDERECON 2010Christian HenniganFall

ECON 2010 Lecture 24: Ch. 13 The Costs of Production 2

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22 Oct 2018
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Explicit costs: example, you need ,000 to start your business. In both cases, total (exp + imp) costs are . Economic profit vs. accounting profit: acco
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CU-BOULDERECON 2010Christian HenniganFall

ECON 2010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Social Cost, Salad Bar, Equilibrium Point

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6 Oct 2018
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Markets are usually a good way to organize economy activity". Government action can sometimes improve upon market outcomes": why markets sometimes fail
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CU-BOULDERECON 2010Christian HenniganFall

ECON 2010 Lecture 14: ECON 2010 Review for Midterm 1 (Ch. 1-6)

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5 Oct 2018
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CU-BOULDERECON 2010Christian HenniganFall

ECON 2010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Tax Incidence, Microsoft Powerpoint, Price Floor

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25 Sep 2018
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The effect is the same (the buyer paid more in both cases) Elasticity (price change) determines who pays more tax. Sellers are more elastic bc they can
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CU-BOULDERECON 2010Christian HenniganFall

ECON 2010 Lecture 4: Ch. 3 Interdependence & the Gains from Trade

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25 Sep 2018
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