4 edition of Competition in the open economy found in the catalog.
|Statement||Richard Caves...[et al.].|
|Series||Harvard economic studies -- vol.150|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||444|
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Details *. E conomic competition takes place in markets—meeting grounds of intending suppliers and buyers. 1 Typically, a few sellers compete to attract favorable offers from prospective buyers.
Similarly, intending buyers compete to obtain good offers from suppliers. Competition Policy in Open Economies demonstrate that competition policies can be used strategically and that country size will be a factor determining this.
Clougherty and Zhang ( Moreover, in an open economy, prices are also found to be low and the qualities of products are better due to increased competition. Consumers also have more choices for consumption. When India was a closed economy, if you have to buy a car, there were only three choices, Maruti, Fiat and Ambassador, while now; there is a vast array of companies.
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