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In discriminating monopoly (price discrimination), the elasticity of demand of product in two markets are:

A. Different

B. Same

C. Zero

D. None of the above

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  1. In case of economic bads, an IC can be :
  2. Price-taker firms:
  3. The firm in cournot model:
  4. In short run, a firm would remain in business as long as which one of the following of cost is covered?
  5. The demand of the necessities is:
  6. Whenever a group of monopolistic competitors attains equilibrium, the firms in this group usually:
  7. According to Diamond Water Paradox diamonds are more expensive than water because:
  8. According to Saint Thomas Aquinas value is determined by God, but prices by:
  9. Increasing returns is not caused by:
  10. The number of sellers in oligopoly is:
  11. The alternative of profit maximization theory is:
  12. In monopolistic competition, because of difference in choices, the firm charges:
  13. In monopolistic competition (also in kinked demand curve model), a firm sells the amount where:
  14. At a point above the middle of a straight line demand curve, elasticity of demand is:
  15. The game theory concentrates on:
  16. The greater the percentage of income spent on a commodity:
  17. The slope of budget line shows the price ratios of:
  18. The game theory was basically presented by:
  19. The point on which the average cost is minimum in a firm, short run average cost curve will also be…
  20. External economies are witnessed in:
  21. In case of monopoly, TR curve rises at a:
  22. Diseconomies of management lead to:
  23. AR curve under perfect competition:
  24. Increasing returns imply:
  25. The main objective of the firm is to:
  26. Implicit costs are the costs:
  27. Who finalized the model of monopolistic competition?
  28. The indifference curve technique:
  29. If under perfect competition, in the short period, price does not cover the average cost completely,…
  30. Abstinence or Waiting theory of Interest was presented by: