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Understanding Firm Behaviours
Market Structure explains the varying characteristics of different market types. The four basic types of market structure are Perfect Competition, Monopolistic Competition, Oligopoly and Monopoly. These market structures will be applicable and useful in helping you to understand the distinctive nature of industries. For instance, you will find out why some industries have dominant firms that can influence the development of industries. Besides, our economics tuition will also examine the notion of price discrimination and its distinctive features.
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