Imperfect Competition

When a firm has market power in a particular market (say it has a monopoly
because of a patented drug or a local electricity franchise). the firm can raise the price of its product above its marginal cost. Consumers buy less of such
goods than they would under competition, and consumer satisfaction is reduced. This kind of reduction of consumer satisfaction is typical of the inefficiencies created by imperfect competition.

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