Define Producers Equilibrium

Producer’s Equilibrium: A producer (or a firm) is said to be in equilibrium whenever it earns maximum gains. Profit maximization of a firm signifies maximizing the difference between total cost and total revenue. Whenever the gains of the firm are maximum, the firm is in equilibrium state. Firm achieves equilibrium position, that is maximizes gains at the level of output where a) MR = MC (b) MC is rising.

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