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First, the number of sellers and buyers operating in the market is so large that no agent expects to affect the market price by his own action. In other words, both firms and consumers are price-takers. Second, there are no entry and exit barriers, which means that any agent can enter or exit the market as a buyer or seller whenever she finds it profitable to do so.

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The condition of free entry allows the number of sellers and buyers to increase up to the point where it is no longer advantageous for more agents to be active in this market. Third, the product sold on the market is homogeneous.

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Hence transactions involve perfectly substitutable goods so that traders. We also thank Edward. Elgar Publishing Ltd for having authorized us to reproduce part of the material ofthe introduction to Microeconomic.


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Microeconomic theories of imperfect competition [article] Jean J. A monopoly firm produces less output, has higher costs, and sells its output for a higher price than it would if constrained by competition.

These negative outcomes usually generate government regulation. An industry with only a few firms.

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If they collude, they form a cartel to reduce output and drive up profits the way a monopoly does. A special form of Oligopoly, with only two firms in an industry. A market with a single buyer and many sellers. A market with a few buyers and many sellers. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey Retrieved from " https: Imperfect competition Economics and finance stubs Business stubs.

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