A loss bearing firm will continue to produce in the short run so long as the price at least covers:

A. Average variable cost

B. Average fixed cost

C. Average variable cost + average fixed cost

D. Marginal costs

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  1. The basic subject matter of economics is:
  2. Elasticity of Substitution (s) is defined as:
  3. Nash Equilibrium is stable:
  4. MC = MR = AC = AR shows the long run equilibrium position of the:
  5. Implicit costs are the costs:
  6. At the point where the straight line from the origin is tangent to the TC curve, AC is:
  7. In modern cost theory, AVC= b1 and MC= b1 in the range of:
  8. An individual consumers demand is not determined by:
  9. Ordinal approach includes arranging:
  10. Money spent by a firm on the purchase of capital equipment is:
  11. Under pure monopoly, there will be:
  12. Identify the work of T.W.Schultz:
  13. The Input-Output Analysis was originated by:
  14. Nash equilibrium says:
  15. In repeated game, the Prisoners Dillemma can have a:
  16. Plumbing and pipe-fitting require many of the same skills. If the wage paid to pipe-fitters increased…
  17. In case of monopoly, when total revenue is maximum:
  18. Microeconomics deals with the:
  19. If under perfect competition, in the short period, price does not cover the average cost completely,…
  20. According to law of Equi-Marginal Utility when price of commodity falls then we bought:
  21. If Cobb-Douglas production function is homogeneous of degree less than one (n
  22. According to classical approach, utility can be:
  23. The modern cost curves are based upon the idea of:
  24. Airlines that try to lower fares in order to increase revenues believe that demand for airline services…
  25. Each firm in cournot model can:
  26. Government planners play a central role in allocating resources:
  27. Marginal cost is the cost:
  28. The cost that a firm incurs in purchasing or hiring any factor of production is referred to as:
  29. The consumer is in equilibrium at the where:
  30. If the prices of goods rise then: