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The Pythagorean Theorem related the side length of the three sides of a right angled triangle (c^2 = b^2 + a^2). What you describe above is nothing to
We know the perfect competition doesn't exist in the market economy. But the perfect competitive market is an ideal market principle.
Though there is no market which can be called in a perfect competition. But many markets are closer to the perfect competition. It is important for the business managers to understand this basic concept and its intricacies.
The opportunity cost of capital plays a vital role in how your business finances its general affairs and growth.
Running of companies without any management rules seems a far-fetched idea. However, recent experiments show that if properly executed, it can end management era.
A primer in game theory provides a number of solutions for the managerial decisions
You can't be a good manager without knowing economics. But you can't be a manager without knowing the opportunity cost economics.
Inflation measurement is deceptive due to income disparity. Pakistan faces a dangerous trade deficit. Its upper middle-class benefits from a high proportion
Without understanding transaction costs you can’t get exact turnout of your business. Read the article to know them well for right choices.
The individual projects may have individual cost management measures. But companies and public sector need to include it in their overall planning.
Managerial Economics Quizzes
Under interpretation of elasticity coefficients there is price elasticity of demand and income elasticity of demand but i don't really understand it very
Except for Giffen goods, I do not think there could be upward-sloping demand curves. The other examples are noy holding othet things constant and confusing
When consumer purchase a car like OD CARS. .they have the ability to maintain the car When the price of fuel increases the demand of car decrease
I just find it difficult to understand relative elasticity and inelasticity would any one please help me?
It can be defined as ways by which managers can make decisions that can be favorable to them.
Do laws of economics fully satisfy the changing statistics of today? By Admin: Thanks for your interest in economics. In one sentence, the laws of economics
Economy of scope and economy of scale are two related but different concepts. The managers can cash in on by exploiting the both.
Economies of scope talk about reducing cost by producing variety by utilizing the already available plant, machine, technology and other resources.
Application of Game Theory in economics can be done in both ways as well as from outside of a firm or inside of a firm. Practical examples.