imperfect market


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Related to imperfect market: Monopolistic competition
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imperfect market

n (Econ) → unvollkommener Markt
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The focus on production without supply channels has little help in an imperfect market (when perfect information is not known to all market actors) where only a few benefit from information, a case in point being the recent maize scandal at the National Cereals and Produce Board, where a few crooks had prior knowledge of maize requirements to the detriment of real farmers.DEVELOPING COUNTRIESIn essence, as Napoleon said, War is 90 per cent information.
The finance chief noted that in an imperfect market, consumers are often vulnerable to predatory pricing because of monopolistic conditions or cartel behavior by supposedly competing businesses.
"Any appreciation of the overreaching of politics must be accompanied by an understanding of how markets can provide nonpoliticized alternative solutions, even if, in many cases, organizational judgments must be made by pragmatic comparisons between an imperfect politics and an imperfect market."
Yet oil is an imperfect market in every way: cartel manipulation, government intervention, and high barriers to entry - just to mention a few main factors.
In the face of imperfect market, consumption and production are inseparable.
"We have proven that it is an imperfect market and have presented to the commission a case that the majority of SMEs in Digbeth, Eastside and the Jewellery Quarter areas cannot receive affordable high speed broadband.
These market risks can be justified by incomplete institutional reforms, weaker macroeconomic fundamentals, more volatile economic conditions, shallow financial markets, and imperfect market integration.
Disrespecting sources of profit is against the ethics of any business she said adding that intermediary costs (difference between the cost of borrowing and return on lending) as are illogical and oppressive in Pakistans imperfect market, they said.
This imperfect market structure is largely responsible for the market stagnancy.
This line of research of the New Economic Geography is based on a series of prior contributions such as: the monopolistic competition model of Dixit-Stiglitz (1977), which opened new perspectives in economic research; the "iceberg" model of transport costs of Samuelson (1952); the research on imperfect market structures and on the origins of international trade (Helpman & Krugman, 1985).
But it can provide a political framework and institution-building support to improve the deficiencies that made these countries so vulnerable to the crisis: imperfect market economies, weak state institutions, and continued corruption.
This study employed the theory of imperfect market information (Stigler, 1961) as the guidance of the conceptual model development.