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The horizontal demand curve for a firm is one of the characteristic features of (a). Oligopoly (b). Monopoly (c). Monopolistic competition (d). Perfect competition (e). Duopoly
Weegy: (b). Monopoly (More)
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Monopoly is wrong. The correct answer is Perfect Competition
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Robert Own , Charles Babbage , Henry R. Lowne , Andrew Ure and Charles Duplin contributed to the ___________school of management thought? (a) Classical (b) Behavioral (c) Neo-classical (d) Pre-classical
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Fedrat, the link worked earlier as I checked it. It is no longer working for me either.
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Sudhanshu Vaish, Ok. But haven't you seen yourself, you aren't providing the sources to confirm the accuracy of your answer and not restating the question as the part of your answer. You should read the Weegy rules too.



Read them carefully before answer you answer anymore question, and also to prevent yourself from getting Warnings and Flags.
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debnjerry, Ok! I believe in you. As far as the answer is right there is no problem with that, as there is a link provided by our newbie member (Sudhanshu Vaish).

Thanks
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Another couple of links to similar information if needed (much easier to find now we've got the names spelled correctly!):

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Robert Own , Charles Babbage , Henry R. Lowne , Andrew Ure and Charles Duplin contributed to the ___________school of management thought? (a) Classical (b) Behavioral (c) Neo-classical (d) Pre-classical
The answer is option (d) Pre-classical.
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Managers engage in ________ to increase their power and pursue goals that favor their individual and group interests. (a) Organizational politics (b) Political decision making (c) Accommodation (d) Self satisfaction
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Managers engage in Organizational politics to increase their power and pursue goals that favor their individual and group interests.
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Democratic leadership is also known as— (a) Autocratic (b) Participative (c) Bureaucratic (d) Laissezfaire
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Democratic leadership is also known as (b) Participative leadership.
psychology.about.com/od/.../f/democratic-leadership.htm
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______ is a process whereby companies find how others do something better than they do and then try to imitate or improve on it. (a) TQM (b) Continuous improvement (c) Benchmarking (d) Empowerment
Weegy: Benchmarking refers to a process whereby companies find out how others do something better than they do and then try to imitate or improve on [ it. ] (More)
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