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Analyzing choices is a more complex challenge for a monopoly firm than for a perfectly competitive firm. After all, a competitive firm takes the market price as given and determines its profit-maximizing output.
Finding the right price for your goods and services is essential to maximizing your revenues, and one of the key factors in making this determination entails using price elasticity to predict marginal revenue. This kind of economic analysis uses a specific mathematical formula to describe the ideal theoretical relationship between elasticity and marginal revenue, but you don't need to do any math to understand the basic concept of the relationship. Price elasticity describes what happens to the demand for a product as its price changes. The relationship is "inverse," with demand rising as the price falls and falling as the price rises. For highly elastic goods and services, demand changes dramatically as the price changes. Luxury items such as big-screen TVs usually have a high elasticity.
There is a very useful relationship between elasticity of demand, average revenue and marginal revenue at any level of output. We will make use of this relation extensively when we come to the study of price determination under different market conditions. Let us study what this relation is. We know that elasticity of demand at point R on the average revenue curve DD in Fig. In Fig. It will be seen from Fig.
Profit making is considered to be the most important objective of firm. Like the consumers aim at utility maximisation, the producers aim at the profit maximisation. Profit is a difference between total cost and total revenue. Profit can be increased either by reducing the cost of production or by increasing the revenue. In this unit, we are going to learn various concepts of total revenue, the behiour of revenue under different market conditions and the importance of concept of revenue.
Marginal revenue or marginal benefit is a central concept in microeconomics that describes the additional total revenue generated by increasing product sales by 1 unit. In a perfectly competitive market, the incremental revenue generated by selling an additional unit of a good is equal to the price the firm is able to charge the buyer of the good. In imperfect competition , a monopoly firm is a large producer in the market and changes in its output levels impact market prices, determining the whole industry's sales. Therefore, a monopoly firm lowers its price on all units sold in order to increase output quantity by 1 unit. Marginal revenue is the concept of a firm sacrificing the opportunity to sell the current output at a certain price, in order to sell a higher quantity at a reduced price.
We have located the profit-maximizing level of output and price for a monopoly. How does the monopolist know that this is the correct level? How is the profit-maximizing level of output related to the price charged, and the price elasticity of demand? This section will answer these questions.
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