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Agenda • Quiz on Current Reading • “If a Cable Giant Becomes Bigger” • Agenda • Quiz on Current Reading • “If a Cable Giant Becomes Bigger” • Review of Monopolies • Homework • Intro to Chapter 11 • Figure 11. 1 • Test #2 • February 26 • Chapters 6 -8, 10 -11

Quiz New York Times…”If a Cable Giant Becomes Bigger” Quiz New York Times…”If a Cable Giant Becomes Bigger”

Overview of Industry Structures Pure Competition Monopolistic Competition Oligopoly Monopoly Characteristics Number of Sellers Overview of Industry Structures Pure Competition Monopolistic Competition Oligopoly Monopoly Characteristics Number of Sellers Several Few One None (commodity) Some More ? ? Barriers to Entry / Exit None Some More Total Control of Price None Some Significant Total Product Differentiation TOOLS Many GOAL Where do businesses want to be?

Review Monopolies Characteristics of a Monopoly 1. Single Seller / Producer 2. No Substitutes Review Monopolies Characteristics of a Monopoly 1. Single Seller / Producer 2. No Substitutes 3. Price Maker 4. Absolute Barriers to entry / exit

Monopolies Types of Monopolies 1. Legal Monopoly – Patents 2. Geographic Monopolies – Public Monopolies Types of Monopolies 1. Legal Monopoly – Patents 2. Geographic Monopolies – Public Schools 3. Natural Monopolies – Utilities 4. Technology - i. Pad

worksheet another type of monopoly…low cost provider. The Wal-Mart strategy worksheet another type of monopoly…low cost provider. The Wal-Mart strategy

Monopolies Price Discrimination…charging different prices to different groups Expedia…. are there really only x Monopolies Price Discrimination…charging different prices to different groups Expedia…. are there really only x tickets left?

Monopolies Price Discrimination…Characteristics Needed 1. Monopolistic Power (or at least Oligopolistic Power) 2. No Monopolies Price Discrimination…Characteristics Needed 1. Monopolistic Power (or at least Oligopolistic Power) 2. No Resale 3. Market Segregation / Customer Segregation

Monopolies Price Discrimination…Examples Airlines Electricity Hotels College Education Monopolies Price Discrimination…Examples Airlines Electricity Hotels College Education

HOMEWORK Chapter 10 Problems 1 & 2 HOMEWORK Chapter 10 Problems 1 & 2

Three Minute Break Three Minute Break

Intro to Chapter 11 Oligopolies and Monopolistic Competition Intro to Chapter 11 Oligopolies and Monopolistic Competition

Overview of Industry Structures Pure Competition Monopolistic Competition Oligopoly Monopoly Characteristics Number of Sellers Overview of Industry Structures Pure Competition Monopolistic Competition Oligopoly Monopoly Characteristics Number of Sellers Several Few One None (commodity) Some More ? ? Barriers to Entry / Exit None Some More Total Control of Price None Some Significant Total Product Differentiation TOOLS Many GOAL Where do businesses want to be?

Intro to Chapter 11 Oligopolies and Monopolistic Competition Why are 95% of industries in Intro to Chapter 11 Oligopolies and Monopolistic Competition Why are 95% of industries in one of these categories?

Intro to Chapter 11 Oligopolies and Monopolistic Competition Why are 95% of industries in Intro to Chapter 11 Oligopolies and Monopolistic Competition Why are 95% of industries in one of these categories? Because businesses move to the right toward monopoly and competition / regulation pushes businesses to the left.

Overview of Industry Structures Pure Competition Monopolistic Competition Oligopoly Monopoly Characteristics Number of Sellers Overview of Industry Structures Pure Competition Monopolistic Competition Oligopoly Monopoly Characteristics Number of Sellers Product Differentiation TOOLS Barriers to Entry / Exit Control of Price Many Several BUSINESSES Few One None (commodity) Some More ? ? None Some More Total None COMPETITION / REGULATION Some Significant Total GOAL Where do businesses want to be?

MR = MC Graph page 220 MR = MC Graph page 220

The Government’s Role Chapter 11 Why does the government regulate an industry? When do The Government’s Role Chapter 11 Why does the government regulate an industry? When do the regulators step in? How regulators measure control of an industry?

Concentration Ratio Page 218 40% is the magic number Concentration Ratio Page 218 40% is the magic number

Herfindahl Index • Page 219 • It’s easier than it looks Herfindahl Index • Page 219 • It’s easier than it looks

Herfindahl Index • Below 100 indicates a highly competitive. • Below 1, 500 indicates Herfindahl Index • Below 100 indicates a highly competitive. • Below 1, 500 indicates competitive. • Between 1, 500 and 2, 500) indicates moderate concentration • Above 2, 500 indicates high concentration (oligopoly). Likely to be regulated

Chapter 11 questions • Q. 2, 7, 8 Chapter 11 questions • Q. 2, 7, 8

Test #2 February 26 Chapters 6 -8, 10 -11 Test #2 February 26 Chapters 6 -8, 10 -11