# Managerial Economics Help

Managerial Economics is the study of using economic principles to solving managerial business issues. Managerial economics utilizes microeconomic theories to make business decisions related to product pricing and other operational activities impacted by economic trends. Important topics in managerial accounting include cost of capital, marginal analysis, revenue management, and capital budgeting.

We provide comprehensive Managerial Economics tutoring for students including the following Managerial Economics topics:

- Arc Price Elasticity of Demand
- Break Even Analysis
- Capital Budgeting
- Cobb-Douglas Production Function
- Contribution Margin
- Cournot Model
- Cost Benefit Analysis
- Cost of Capital
- Cost of Equity Capital
- Cost Pricing
- Cost Theory
- Cross Elasticity of Demand
- Demand Analysis
- Demand Theory
- Direct Costs
- Diseconomies of Scale
- Economies of Scale
- Expected Inflation
- Foreign Exchange Risk
- Full Cost Pricing
- Game Theory
- Hedging
- Income Price Elasticity
- Incremental Contribution Analysis
- Indirect Costs
- Investment Analysis
- Isocost Lines
- Kinked Demand Curve
- Law of Comparative Advantage
- Long Run Cost Functions
- Long Run Price Output
- Long Run Pricing in Monopoly
- Long Run Trends
- Long Term Capital Management
- Marginal Analysis
- Marginal Factor Analysis
- Marginal Product
- Marginal Rate of Substitution
- Marginal Revenue Product
- Maximin Criterion
- Minimax Criterion
- Monopolistic Competition Price Output
- Monopoly
- Oligopoly
- Perfect Substitutes
- Operating Leverage
- Point Price Elasticity
- Price Determination
- Price Output Determination
- Production Isoquant
- Profit Maximization Analysis
- Purchasing Power Parity
- Real Growth Rates
- Returns to Scale
- Revenue Management
- Risk Analysis
- Short Run Cost Functions
- Short Run Price Output
- Short Run Pricing in Monopoly
- Transfer Pricing
- Trend Analysis
- Unit Elastic Demand
- Utility Maximization
- Utility Theory
- Valuation Model for Risk
- Vertical Integration