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by Joan Robinson
Pages: 352 pages
Category: Business & Finance
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2nd edition (July 1, 1969)
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Throughout the book Joan Robinson argued (and gave many examples) 3. the concept of labour exploitation in. The economics of imperfect competition.
Throughout the book Joan Robinson argued (and gave many examples). that monopoly did not necessarily produce a smaller output nor did it. necessarily sell it at a higher price than competition. 3. Joan Robinson’s definition of labour exploitation had nothing to do with the. concept originated in the labour theory of value.
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Two differences between the two are that monopolistic competition produces heterogeneous products and that monopolistic competition involves a great deal of non- price competition, which is based on subtle product differentiation. A firm making profits in the short run will nonetheless only break even in the long run because demand will decrease and average total cost will increase.