Managerial Economics

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Diseconomies of scale can be caused by:
A)bureaucratic inefficiencies
B)increasing advertising and promotional costs.
C)the law of diminishing returns
D)all of the above

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    6. Diseconomies of scale can be caused by
    a. the law of diminishing returns.
    b. bureaucratic inefficiencies.
    c. increasing advertising and promotional costs.
    d. all of the above.

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