The term "property rights" refers to the physical possession of a house or any other property which the owner legally purchased.
the right of a business not to have its assets confiscated by the government in the event that the business is accused of committing fraud. the ability to exercise control over one's own resources within the confines of the law. the government's right to appropriate land from wealthy land owners to redistribute to peasants.
Answer: The correct answer is "b. inelastic segment of its demand curve because it can increase total revenue and reduce total cost by increasing price.
Explanation: A pure monopolist should never produce in the <u>inelastic segment of its demand curve because it can increase total revenue and reduce total cost by increasing price.</u>
It would be uneconomical for a pure monopolist to produce in the inelastic segment of its demand curve because it would not be increasing its profits, because if it increases the price it can reduce the total cost and increase total revenues.
Answer: c. May cause the company's overall weighted average cost of capital to either increase or decrease over time.
Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) as the term implies, is a weighted average of the various rates that the company uses to source capital. If therefore, the company assigns different discount rates based on risk level, WACC will either increase or decrease overtime.
With better discount rates, the WACC will decrease to reflect the lower risk and with worse rates, WACC will increase to reflect the higher risk associated with the company. .
No it wasn't a violation of Section 2 of the Sherman Act.
This is an actual court case which was ruled in favor of DVRC. The court used an analogy to compare DVRC with Disneyland, where the theme park owners would not allow competition within their premises. Even though DVRC sold the land parcel to Christy Sports, a restrictive covenant was imposed at the time of the sale where DVRC could decide freely which third party businesses could operate there. Since the covenant is legal, there is no reason why DVRC will not enforce it.
The answer to this question is the Ethical organizational Cultures. The Ethical organizational Culture is the standards and principles that the business or company believes which makes an impact to the members of the organization and these values gives impact to them. Each company have a different or unique organizational culture.