Managerial Economics

Simon’s Theory of Satisficing

Herbert Alexander Simon one of the pioneers of behavioral theory dissatisfied with the profit-maximizing model and gave his own model in 1955 and called Simon’s Theory of Satisficing. Therefore, his theory was satisfying behavioral theory. He said that instead of maximizing profits, the business firms aim at merely satisficing. It means as per him, producers …

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Sales Revenue Maximization Model/Baumol’s Model to Theory of the Firm

Introduction William J. Baumol confronted the assumption of profit maximization and argued that maximization of sales rather than profit is the ultimate objective of the firm. So, a firm should direct its energies in promoting and maximizing sales. He, therefore, called his hypothesis as Sales Revenue Maximization hypothesis.  Sales maximization model is thus an alternative model …

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Role of Managerial Economics in the Business Decision-Making Process

Managerial economics combines economic theories with decision science tools and as it is metrical and analytical it assists the managers to solve the complexity existed in the business. Managerial economics through its skills and techniques always ensure the solution to business decision-making problems that may be faced by every type of business organization. Managerial economics plays a key role in the business decision-making process.

Concept and Features of Managerial Economics

Business economics/managerial economics is the application of economics in the field of business management. It means it is the use of economic theory and methods to decision-making problems that a firm may have to face. Managerial economics has been a separate science from traditional economics since the 1950s. After such, economists treat managerial economics as a young and growing science.

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