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A Monopolist Firm Can Earn Losses in the Short Run If the Price is Less than the Minimum of Ac. but If the Price Falls Below the Minimum of Avc, Then the Monopolist Will Stop Production. the Firm Will - Economics

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ConceptSimple Monopoly in the Commodity Market

Question

Will the monopolist firm continue to produce in the short run if a loss is incurred at the best short run level of output?

Solution

A monopolist firm can earn losses in the short run if the price is less than the minimum of AC. But if the price falls below the minimum of AVC, then the monopolist will stop production. The firm will continue to produce when the price is in between the minimum of AVC and the minimum of AC.

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Solution A Monopolist Firm Can Earn Losses in the Short Run If the Price is Less than the Minimum of Ac. but If the Price Falls Below the Minimum of Avc, Then the Monopolist Will Stop Production. the Firm Will Concept: Simple Monopoly in the Commodity Market.
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