When the market is monopolistically competitive, that means that in a monopoly, there’s no other firm that would be able to enter and offer a product or service that would be superior in some way to the product or service offered by the dominant firm. When the market is oligopolistic, there might be other firms that could enter but would not be able to offer a product or service that would be superior in some way to the product or service offered by the dominant firm.
When you look into the history of the computer industry, you find that monopolistic firms are often called monopolies because they monopolize the market. Oligopolistic firms operate by creating monopolies in their market, which is what you see with Microsoft and Apple. These firms are not only monopolists, but they also operate on a market that is smaller than their monopoly.
The big picture here is that when you look at the market in which a monopolist operates, the market must be in the oligopolistic world. In order to sell a product or service, you have to know how to market it. For most of us, this is the best way to market a product or service.
For most firms, the best way to market a product or service is to have a network of distributors. These distributors are the ones who distribute your product or service to the end users. The distributors are the ones that you will meet in a mall when you decide to buy something and they are the ones that you will call to buy something from you.
In contrast, in the case of an oligopolistic firm, it is the end users who determine the most efficient means of distribution. In a monopoly, the distributors decide what product they will distribute without any input from the end users. In an oligopoly, the end users decide what product they will purchase without the ability to tell the distributors how to sell it.
In the case of the mall, you will go into a store to buy a product and the company will decide which one of your friends will come pick it up and you will then go back and buy it yourself. In the case of a company, it is the end users who determine the end result, even if they decide to spend less time on it.
The first thing to note is that, if we assume that the end users of a company are as rational as the ones who buy their products, they will decide which product they will buy. Thus, in an oligopoly, the end users will buy any product that will make them more money. In a monopolistically competitive company, the end users will also make decisions about the company, which will affect the end result.
While I won’t get into the exact numbers here, I can tell you that you need to be thinking about the end users of a company (and the decision makers behind the decisions they’re making). The end users will make many decisions, most of which may not be the sort that a company would want. The company’s shareholders will make decisions about the company, which will ultimately affect the end result.
A monopoly is when all the end users are doing is voting to keep the company from making bad decisions. An oligopolistic firm is when most of the end users are voting to keep the company from making bad decisions, but the company is making decisions that will ultimately affect the end result.
An oligopoly is a monopoly of a very small amount of resources. An oligopoly firm has a very small amount of resources, such as a small number of customers, but a large amount of revenues and profits. An oligopoly firm is one that makes decisions without much input from the customers.