ECON 545 Week 3 DQ 1 Oligopoly and Game Theory (Spring 2016)


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          Oligopoly and Game Theory (graded)
         Below is a recommended topic for this discussion. If your instructor chooses a different Making the
         Connection from this weeks readings or another alternate discussion topic, his or her chosen topic and any
         required work in MyEconLab or elsewhere will be in the instructors first posting.

               Read the Making the Connection short case titled With Price Collusion, More is Not Merrier in
               Chapter 14 of our textbook, and also be sure to watch the video right under the Making the
               Connection title (maybe...
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