How Does the Long Run Equilibrium of a Monopolistically Competitive

Question 88
Multiple Choice

How does the long run equilibrium of a monopolistically competitive industry differ from that of a perfectly competitive industry? A) A firm in monopolistic competition will earn economic profits but a firm in perfect competition earns zero profit. B) A firm in monopolistic competition will charge a price higher than the average cost of production but a firm in perfect competition charges a price equal to the average cost of production. C) A firm in monopolistic competition does not take full advantage of its economies of scale but a firm in perfect competition produces at the lowest average cost possible. D) A firm in monopolistic competition produces an allocatively efficient output level while a firm in perfect competition produces a productively efficient output level.