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23 January, 09:12

Explain what happens when markets do not have enough competition.

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  1. 23 January, 10:11
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    The price will be higher and output lower in absence of competition.

    Explanation:

    When the market does not have enough competition, it provides a certain degree of market power to the existing producers. They are able to regulate prices and output.

    It is likely that the suppliers will provide a fewer quantities of goods at a higher price, in order to maximize their profits. The socially optimal level of output will not be produced in the market.

    The resources will not be efficiently allocated and deadweight loss will exist.
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