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Jan 04
-breaking up monoplies
-privitisation
-distribution of income
-public and merit goods


june 04
-price discrimination
-barriers to entry
-effecinecy and resource allocation of removing barriers
-cba

jan 05
-income and wealth distribution
-consetable markets being more effecient than non conestable markets
-economic activity nd market failure
-govt intv to correct market failure caused by economic activity

june 05
-breaking collusive agreement
-cba
-monopoly being undesirable
-shape of lrac
-govt finance increasing compeitiveness
-wage differentials
-govt intervention to increase disposable income

jan 06
-continue to manufacture despite making a loss
-comeptition despite high entry barriers
-growing soley by merger/takeover
-trade unions raising wage rates
-profit regulation
-unequal income distribution nd govt intervention

june 06
- growth of firms
-advantages of growth being greater than disadvantages
-function of profit
-causes of environmental failure
-intervention to correct market failure

jan 07
-advantages of privatisation
-evaluate case for taking privatisation into public ownership
govt intervention& market failure
-postitive and negetive externaltiy
-absolute and relative poverty
-govt restritributing income and wealth from rich to poor

june 07
-equilbirum determined in perfect comp by 1 or whole market
-how to make markets more competitive
-interdependece & uncertainty affect behaviour of firms in oligopolistic markets
-do only producers benefit when oligoplies colude to reduce uncertainty
-trade union affecting wage rates

jan 08
-charging cheaper prices
-large firms operate without govt intervention
-technological change affecting cost and method of production
-labour markets/wage determination
-technoligcal change leading to more competitive/oligopolistic markets
-cba
water shortage and govt intervention

june 08
-supernormal profits
-cba
-firms protect market power- patent copy rights
-profit maximsation, other objectives
seperation of ownership affecting firms conduct and perfomance
-supply of labour affecting labour market
-compeititve labour markets lead to unequal income distribution, justify govt intervention
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(Original post by hawalovesyou)
Jan 04
-breaking up monoplies
-privitisation
-distribution of income
-public and merit goods


june 04
-price discrimination
-barriers to entry
-effecinecy and resource allocation of removing barriers
-cba

jan 05
-income and wealth distribution
-consetable markets being more effecient than non conestable markets
-economic activity nd market failure
-govt intv to correct market failure caused by economic activity

june 05
-breaking collusive agreement
-cba
-monopoly being undesirable
-shape of lrac
-govt finance increasing compeitiveness
-wage differentials
-govt intervention to increase disposable income

jan 06
-continue to manufacture despite making a loss
-comeptition despite high entry barriers
-growing soley by merger/takeover
-trade unions raising wage rates
-profit regulation
-unequal income distribution nd govt intervention

june 06
- growth of firms
-advantages of growth being greater than disadvantages
-function of profit
-causes of environmental failure
-intervention to correct market failure

jan 07
-advantages of privatisation
-evaluate case for taking privatisation into public ownership
govt intervention& market failure
-postitive and negetive externaltiy
-absolute and relative poverty
-govt restritributing income and wealth from rich to poor

june 07
-equilbirum determined in perfect comp by 1 or whole market
-how to make markets more competitive
-interdependece & uncertainty affect behaviour of firms in oligopolistic markets
-do only producers benefit when oligoplies colude to reduce uncertainty
-trade union affecting wage rates

jan 08
-charging cheaper prices
-large firms operate without govt intervention
-technological change affecting cost and method of production
-labour markets/wage determination
-technoligcal change leading to more competitive/oligopolistic markets
-cba
water shortage and govt intervention

june 08
-supernormal profits
-cba
-firms protect market power- patent copy rights
-profit maximsation, other objectives
seperation of ownership affecting firms conduct and perfomance
-supply of labour affecting labour market
-compeititve labour markets lead to unequal income distribution, justify govt intervention
Heya, what's all this referring to?
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