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1

Semana 1

1 hora para concluir

Costs and Profits + Perfect Competition

1 hora para concluir
20 vídeos (Total 45 mín.), 1 leitura, 3 testes
20 videos
1.1.1: Defining Profits1min
1.1.2: Defining Fixed Costs and Variable Costs2min
1.1.3: Marginal Productivity2min
1.1.4: Marginal Productivity: Definition1min
1.1.5: Marginal Cost1min
1.1.6: Average Cost2min
1.1.7: Graph of Marginal and Average Cost Curves1min
1.2.1: Perfect Competition: Definition5min
1.2.2: Profit Maximization Perfect Competition2min
1.2.3: Profit Maximization: MR=MC3min
1.2.4: Profit Maximizations vs. Making Profits2min
1.2.5: Profit Maximization: The Case of Losses2min
1.2.6: Perfect Competition: The Firm's Supply Curve REPLACE1min
1.2.7: Definition of Short Run vs. Long Run1min
1.3.1: Perfect Competition: Firm Entry When Profits are Positive2min
1.3.2: Perfect Competition: Firm Entry When Profits are Negative1min
1.3.3: Perfect Competition: An Efficient Outcome2min
1.3.4: Perfect Competition: In The Long Run2min
1.3.5: Perfect Competition: An Efficient Outcome Pt 21min
1 leituras
Participate in a Purdue Research Project (Optional)10min
3 exercícios práticos
1.1: Costs and Profits10min
1.2: Perfect Competition: Definition and Output12min
1.3: Perfect Competition: Implications for Efficiency6min
Semana
2

Semana 2

1 hora para concluir

Monopoly

1 hora para concluir
13 vídeos (Total 39 mín.)
13 videos
2.1.2: The Monopoly as a Price Setter2min
2.1.3 Marginal Revenue vs Price: Numerical Example2min
2.1.4 Marginal Revenue vs Price: Graphical Example2min
2.1.5 Marginal Revenue vs Price: Example Using Calculus1min
2.1.6 Profit Maximization in a Monopoly2min
2.1.7 Profit Maximization in a Monopoly: Numerical Example4min
2.2.1 Monopoly vs Perfect Competition6min
2.2.2 Efficiency loss under a Monopoly2min
2.2.3 Monopoly vs Perfect Competition: Numerical Example5min
2.2.4 Monopoly vs Perfect Competition: Example of Dead Weight Loss2min
2.2.5 Monopoly vs Perfect Competition: Summary1min
2.2.6 Why do we allow monoplies?3min
2 exercícios práticos
2.1: Monopoly definition8min
2.2: Monopoly vs. Perfect Competition Numerical example14min
Semana
3

Semana 3

1 hora para concluir

Monopoly Continued

1 hora para concluir
14 vídeos (Total 39 mín.)
14 videos
3.1.2 Government Regulation and Antitrust Law2min
3.1.3 Natural Monopoly: Implications for the Average Total Cost3min
3.1.4 Natural Monopoly: Graphical Presentation1min
3.1.5 Natural Monopoly: Profit Maximizing Outcome4min
3.1.6 Natural Monopoly: Regulation though Marginal Cost Pricing3min
3.1.7 Natural Monopoly: Regulation though Average Cost Pricing3min
3.2.1 Price Discrimination: Definition3min
3.2.2 Price Discrimination: Graphical Example4min
3.3.1 Monopolistic Competition: Definiton2min
3.3.2 Monopolistic Competition: Core Results1min
3.3.3 Monopolistic Competition: Graphical Presentation in the Short Run3min
3.3.4 Monopolistic Competition: Graphical Presentation in the Long Run1min
3.3.5 Monopolistic Competition: Mark up and Excess Capacity2min
3 exercícios práticos
3.1: Natural Monopoly14min
3.2: Price Discriminating Monopoly10min
3.3 Monopolistic Competition8min
Semana
4

Semana 4

2 horas para concluir

Externalities + Public Goods

2 horas para concluir
20 vídeos (Total 52 mín.)
20 videos
4.1.2: Externalities: Allocative Efficiency: Refresher1min
4.1.3: Negative Externalities: Implications for Efficiency4min
4.1.4: Positive Externalities: Implications for Efficiency3min
4.1.5: The Coase Theorem2min
4.1.6: Interalizing a Negative Externality via a Per Unit Tax2min
4.1.7: Interalizing a Positive Externality via a Per Unit Subsidy1min
4.2.1: Externalities: A Numerical Example2min
4.2.2: Interalizing a Negative Externality via Tax: A Numerical Example4min
4.2.3 Government Intervention in the Case of Externalities2min
4.2.4 Externality: Conclusion1min
4.3.1 Pure Public Goods: Nonexcludable and Nonrival2min
4.3.2: Examples of Different Types of Goods4min
4.3.3: Implications of Nonexcludability2min
4.3.4: Free Riding1min
4.3.5: Implications of Nonrivalness1min
4.4.1: The Role of the Government in Providing Public Goods1min
4.4.2: Provision of Public Good by the Government2min
4.4.3: Free Riding as a Prisoners' Dilemma3min
4.4.4: Public Goods Conclusion1min
4 exercícios práticos
4.1: Externalities10min
4.2: Solutions to Externalities12min
4.3: Public Goods10min
4.4: Solutions to Public Goods10min

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