Microeconomics Exam

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Exam Checklist
You should be able to:
1. Calculate economic profits and accounting profits and explain the difference between the two.
2. Define normal profit.
3. Explain the shape of the short run marginal product of labor curve, the short run total product of labor
curve, short run marginal cost curve, the short run average total cost curve, the short run average
variable cost curve and the long run average total cost curve.
4. Calculate the short run marginal product of labor, the short run total product of labor, short run
marginal cost, the short run average total cost, the short run average variable cost and the long run
average total cost.
5. Explain the characteristics/assumptions of a perfectly competitive market.
6. Explain why perfectly competitive firms are price takers.
7. Explain the demand curve for a perfectly competitive firm’s products.
8. Explain a perfectly competitive firm’s profit maximization decision
9. Calculate a perfectly competitive firm’s profit maximizing/loss minimizing level of output, and their
total profit at that point.
10. Graph a perfectly competitive firm or monopoly earning economic profits in the short run, labeling all
relevant curves and areas.
11. Graph a perfectly competitive firm or monopoly earning economic losses in the short run who chooses to
operate in the short run, labelling all relevant curves and areas.
12. Graph a perfectly competitive firm or monopoly earning economic losses in the short run who chooses to
shut down in the short run, labelling all relevant curves and areas.
13. Explain the firm’s shut down decision.
14. Do a numerical example which evaluates a firm’s shut down decision.
15. Graph and explain how a perfectly competitive firm and market move to a new equilibrium in both the
short and long run following an increase or decrease in demand, assuming a constant cost industry.
16. Compare the long run industry supply curve of a perfectly competitive market in a constant cost,
increasing cost and decreasing cost industries.
17. Explain how the perfectly competitive firm’s short run marginal cost curve above the average variable
cost curve is the firm’s short run supply curve.
18. Explain how a perfectly competitive firm can earn economic profits in the short run, but cannot earn
profits in the long run.
19. Define a monopoly and explain its characteristics.
20. Graph a monopoly that is earning economic profits in the short run, labeling all relevant curves and
areas.
21. Graph a monopoly that is earning economics losses in the short run who chooses to operate in the short
run, labeling all relevant curves and areas.
22. Graph a monopoly that is earning economic losses in the short run, who chooses to shut down in the
short run, labeling all relevant curves and areas.
23. Explain why a monopoly can earn economic profits in both the short and long run.
24. Compare perfect competition to a monopoly in terms of the 3 efficiency concept, allocative, productive
and dynamic.
25. Explain the conditions needed to price discriminate
26. Graph a perfectly price discriminating monopolist
27. Compare a perfectly price discrimination monopolist to a normal monopolist in terms of allocative
efficiency, and economic profits.
28. Use a prisoner’s dilemma model to address the question as to whether firms compete or collude in an
oligopoly setting.
29. Explain the different “real world” factors which make collusion more or less likely.
30. Evaluate whether firms in a oligopoly model achieve the efficiency results of perfect competition or
monopoly.
31. Graph a monopolistically competitive firm and evaluate its efficiency.
32. Explain how lack of competition, public goods, externalities, and poor information are considered
“market failures.”
33. Graph markets in which there are either negative and positive externalities, demonstrating the
difference between market equilibrium and the allocatively efficiency outcome.
34. Explain under what conditions poor information likely leads to a market failure, and when it does not.

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