How did the advent of the modern corporation reduce the likelihood that a firm’s goal is to maximize
profit? What has replaced this goal?
9.Does minimizing average total costs ensure that a firm is maximizing its profits?
10.Verbally explain why a firm would maximize profits by producing output up to the point where MR = MC.
11.“The long run doesn’t exist; it’s a goal towards which we strive.” Explain this statement.
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