Monopoly Power

Some articles on monopoly power, power, monopoly:

Endogenous Growth Theory - Endogenous Versus Exogenous Growth Theory
... models the assumption of perfect competition is relaxed, and some degree of monopoly power is thought to exist ... Generally monopoly power in these models comes from the holding of patents ... The R D sector develops ideas that they are granted a monopoly power ...
Market Power - Monopoly Power
... Monopoly power is an example of market failure which occurs when one or more of the participants has the ability to influence the price or other outcomes in some general or specialized market ... most commonly discussed form of market power is that of a monopoly, but other forms such as monopsony, and more moderate versions of these two extremes ... A well known example of monopolistic market power is Microsoft's market share in PC operating systems ...
John Kenneth Galbraith - Works - Economics Books
... provides perhaps the exemplary institutionalist perspective on Economic Power ... In American Capitalism The Concept of Countervailing Power, published in 1952, Galbraith outlined how the American economy in the future would be managed by a triumvirate of big business, big labor, and an ... Galbraith termed the reaction of lobby groups and unions "countervailing power." He contrasted this arrangement with the previous pre-Depression era where big business had ...

Famous quotes containing the words power and/or monopoly:

    Liberal—a power worshipper without power.
    George Orwell (1903–1950)

    United Fruit... United Thieves Company... it’s a monopoly ... if you won’t take their prices they let your limes rot on the wharf; it’s a monopoly. You boys are working for a bunch of thieves, but I know it ain’t your fault.
    John Dos Passos (1896–1970)