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12 Perfect Competition Learning Objectives  What is perfect competition?  How does a firm make output decision in the competitive market?  Price and output determination in a perfectly competitive market  Free entry exit assumption  Predict the effects of a change in demand and to a technological advance  Explain why perfect competition is efficient What Is Perfect Competition? Perfect competition is a market in which  Many firms sell identical products to many buyers.  There are n
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  12  Perfect Competition   earning Objectives  What is perfect competition?  How does a firm make output decision in the competitive market?  Price and output determination in a perfectly competitive market  Free entry exit assumption  Predict the effects of a change in demand and to a technological advance  Explain why perfect competition is efficient  What Is Perfect Competition? Perfect competition is a market in which  Many firms sell identical products to many buyers.  There are no restrictions to entry into the industry.  Established firms have no advantages over new ones.  Sellers and buyers are well informed about prices.  How Perfect Competition Arises Perfect competition arises when:  the firm’s minimum efficient scale is small relative to market demand so there is room for many firms in the market.  each firm is perceived to produce a good or service that has no unique characteristics, so consumers don’t care which firm’s good they buy.   What Is Perfect Competition?

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Jul 23, 2017
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