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Why is the demand curve of a firm in perfect competition perfectly elastic?
Theoretically speaking four different market structures exists in today's world. Monopoly, oligopoly, imperfect competition and perfect competition are those four market structures. Monopoly and perfect competition are the two extreme cases, in monopoly the market is governed by one seller, and under perfect competition there are so many sellers that none of them has any power to control the market. As these two market structures are so extreme in nature, examples of these markets are very difficult to find in the every day world. Oligopoly and imperfect competition are the two common mark…
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