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MS-09 Solved Assignments Managerial Economics

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Q. Explain the objectives of a firm. How is profit maximization the most important objective of a firm? Discuss.
Answer. In traditional economic theory, it was assumed that the firmís objective was to maximize the profits. Whether it was a perfect competition, a monopoly, a monopolistic competition or an oligopolyóin all the market structuresóthe firmís sole objective was to maximize the profits .......

Q. What are the marketing approaches to demand measurement? Explain how Delphi Technique is different from Market Experiments Technique.
Answer. Different methods of demand measurement are used to try to estimate what the future requirements for a product might be so that it is possible to meet customer demand as closely as possible. Demand Measurement, thus, helps in the inventory-holding decision process to find answers to questions about what to stock, how much to stock and what facilities are required. It is often said that 'all mistakes in forecasting end up as an inventory problem......

Q.Differentiate between Economies of Scale and Economies of Scope. Give examples.
Answer. When a company can produce something more cheaply per unit by increasing quantities, we say itís creating economies of scale. Think of it like a bulk discount, but on a much larger scale: when a company sells more of a product itís able to charge a lower price for it..... Economies of scale apply to a variety of organizational and business situations and at various levels, such as a business or manufacturing unit, plant or an entire company......

Q. Briefly explain the Profit Maximizing output in the short run
Answer. The goal of every business is to achieve the maximum profit possible. This involves producing just the right amount of output so that every unit produced will be profitable.....

Q. Determine the equilibrium price and equilibrium output of the firm under perfect competition, in the following situation:
Aggregate Demand: Q = 50 Ė 1.0p
Aggregate Supply: Q = 20 + 2.0p
Answer. ......

Q. Discuss in detail the Chronology of Indian Telecom deregulation from 1992 to 2003.
Answer. A chronological recording of India's telecom reforms is invaluable.......

Q. Write short notes on the following:
(a) Cross Price Elasticity
(b) Total Product and Marginal Product
(c) Cartel Profit Maximization
Answer. Cross price elasticity of demand is a measure of the responsiveness of the quantity demanded of a particular good to a change in the price of another good......... The cross-elasticity coefficient can be useful to determine the degree of complementarity or substitutability across product lines. Suppose, for example, that the cross-elasticity coefficient that measures the responsiveness of French fry sales........

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Q. Explain the concept of Economies of Scope.
Answer. Most businesses provide multiple goods and services; in some cases, the number of goods and services is quite large. Whereas the motivation for providing multiple products may be driven by consumer expectations, a common attraction is the opportunity to reduce per unit costs. When a venture can appreciate such cost savings, the opportunity is called an economy of scope........ A good example of scope economies arises in the banking industry. In the banking industry, scope economies may be as important as economies of scale in explaining M&A. The pursuit of these economies is one of the factors, although probably second behind economies of scale, that help explain the consolidation within the banking industry that occurred in the fifth merger wave of the 1990s........... As with economies of scale, the opportunities for economies of scope generally dissipate after exploiting the obvious combinations of goods and services. At some point, the complexity of trying to administer a firm with too many goods and services will offset any cost savings, particularly if the goods and services share little in terms of production resources or processes............


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