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Economics (MindTap Course List)

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Roger A. Arnold
ISBN: 9781337617383

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13th Edition
Roger A. Arnold
ISBN: 9781337617383
Textbook Problem

“Firms have an incentive to form a cartel, but once it is formed, they have an incentive to cheat.” What is the specific incentive to form the cartel? What is the incentive to cheat on the cartel?

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Explain the specific incentive to form the cartel and the incentive to cheat on the cartel.

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Suppose, the firms have an incentive to form a cartel, but once it is formed, they have an incentive to cheat. The aim of the formation of a cartel is to maximize industrial profit. Therefore, the specific incentive to form the cartel is to maximize the profit.

Figure-1 shows the benefit of cheating on the cartel agreement as follows:

In Figure -1, the horizontal axis measures the quantity and the vertical axis measures the price...

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