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William M. Pride + 2 others
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William M. Pride + 2 others
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Textbook Problem

Compare the four forms of competition.

Summary Introduction

To determine: Comparing the four forms of competition.

Introduction: Business competition is characterized as the exertion of ventures to be pioneers in their industry and increment their piece of the pie. At the end of the day, it's the point at which one business attempts to prevail upon another business' clients or customers by offering distinctive items and better arrangements.

Explanation

The four forms of competition are as follows:

  • Perfect competition (or pure competition): A perfect competition is a place where there are many sellers and buyers, no constraint of firms and single buyers.
  • Monopolistic competition: A monopolistic competition is a place where there are many buyers and a wide number of sellers, where each seller trades different products with different features. They are similar in nature and satisfy the same requirements as the other sellers...

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