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by C.B. McGuire,Roy Radner

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0720433134
Author:
C.B. McGuire,Roy Radner
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English
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Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc.,U.S.; First Edition edition (March 1972)
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371 pages
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Managerial and Decision Economics will publish articles applying economic reasoning to managerial decision-making and management strategy. Management strategy concerns practical decisions that managers face about how to compete, how to succeed, and how to organize to achieve their goals. They can contribute to an appreciation of how industries, organizations, and capabilities evolve. Compared to other journals in economics, the focus of this journal is more normative than positive and the viewpoint is focused on managerial efficiency and firm profitability rather than on social welfare.

Managerial economics deals with Managerial economics deals with How decisions should be made by managers to achieve the firm’s goals - in particular, how to maximize profit. Also government agencies and nonprofit institutions benefit from knowledge of economics, . ) Micro and Macroeconomics 2 major branches of economics Micro – derived for Greek word micros meaning small Macro – derived form Greek word macros means aggregative – whole – large.

Economics, as a social science, studies human behavior as a relationship between numerous wants and scarce means having alternative uses

Economics, as a social science, studies human behavior as a relationship between numerous wants and scarce means having alternative uses. It deals with the practical application of economic theory and methodology to decision-making problems faced by private, public and nonprofit making organizations. The same idea has been expressed by Spencer and Seigelman in the following words.

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B. Mcguire, Roy Radner. The models presented in this paper grew out of an attempt to apply the theory of teams of Marschak and Radner to the organization of the sales force in a typical wholesale bakery. As organization. More). Energy and development : proceedings of the International Conference on the Economics of Energy and Development.

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Decision and Organization. A Volume in Honor of Jacob Marschak. Mc Guire and Roy Radner. Studies in Mathematical and Managerial Economics, volume 12. Amsterdam, London, North-Holland Publishing Company, 1972 X p. 361 . fl. 6. 0.

Managerial economics makes special use of mathematical economics and econometrics to derive optimal solutions to managerial decision-making problems. Managerial economics attempts to bring economic theory into the real world. Consider, for example, the formal (mathematical) demand model represented by Equation (. ).

managerial decisions of with those managerial decisions, which have an. .The use of mathematics is significant for managerial economics in view of its profit maximization goal long with optional use of resources.

managerial decisions of with those managerial decisions, which have an economics contest. In managerial economics, we also employ case study methods to conceptualize the problem, identify that alternative and determine the best course of action. f) Offers scope to evaluate each alternative: Managerial economics provides an opportunity to evaluate each alternative in terms of its costs and revenue. The major problem of the firm is how to minimize cost, hoe to maximize profit or how to optimize sales.

Managerial economists are also concerned with the short run and the long run effects of decisions on revenues as well as costs. The very important problem in decision making is to maintain the right balance between the long run and short run considerations. For example; Suppose there is a firm with a temporary idle capacity.