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Study notes

A Level Economics Year 2 Microeconomics Study Notes

  • Levels: A Level
  • Exam boards: AQA, Edexcel, OCR, IB

Here is a topic-by-topic listing of the available study notes for the microeconomics (business economics) topics for Year 2 A Level Economics here on tutor2u.

De-mergers and divestment

Diseconomies of scale

Division of labour

Duopoly

Economic and Social Welfare

Economies of Scope

Evaluating Mergers and Takeovers

Economies of Scale - Internal and external economies explained

External Economies of Scale

Functions of Profit

Government Failure

Innovation and Government Policy

Innovation and Invention in Markets

Internal and External Growth of Businesses

Internal Economies of Scale

Introduction to Behavioural Economics

Introduction to Market Failure

Joint demand and Joint supply

Joint Ventures

Key Summary on Market Structures

Legal Collusion between Businesses

Long Run Average Cost (LRAC)

Marginal profit

Market Concentration

Market structures and innovation

Market structure, conduct and performance

Merger Policy in the UK and the European Union

Minimum Efficient Scale (MES)

Monopolistic Competition

Monopolistic Competition (2019 Update)

Monopoly - 3rd Degree Price Discrimination

Monopoly - Key Terms

Monopoly - Price and Output for a Monopolist

Monopoly - Price Discrimination

Monopoly - Price Discrimination and Economic Welfare

Monopoly - Advantages and Disadvantages of Price Discrimination

Monopoly - Advantages and Disadvantages of Monopoly Power

Monopoly and Anti-Competitive Behaviour - Key Definitions

Monopoly Power and Economic Efficiency and Welfare

Monopsony Power in Markets see also Monopsony (Revision Presentation)

Nationalisation

Nationalisation (Water Industry)

Nationalisation (Rail Industry)

Natural Monopoly

Non-Collusive Oligopoly

Non-Price Competition in Imperfect Markets

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