nokia, Samsung , sony ericsson , LGand i-mobile are good examples but there are better examples. The best are the ones that you don't know about because it shows how far they reach. For example; did you know Philip Morris owned Kraft? (not sure if they still do) . But in my opinion the most monoplistic companies are the few food distributors that exist in the United States : Monsanto and DuPont (RE: The Future of Food) also look into Walmart ( RE: The High Cost of Low Prices) and don't forget the auto industry; FORD, GMC and Toyota ( RE: Who Killed The Electric Car?). Chevron
Virgin JP Morgan General Electric, Federal Reserve, Bilderberg Group / Trilateral Commission / Council on Foregin Relations, World Bank. But the Federal Reserve might be the best because they monopolize the entire world, they control the money supply and what is awarded to the federal banks but the federal reserve is a company, and is not regulated or goverened by any government.
In perfect competition there are no restrictions about new entry or withdraw of existing firm in the market. But in monopolistic competition there are restriction on the new coming and withdrawing company, that mean no firm can enter or exist from the market in monopolistic competition.
Oligopoly, Pure competition, Monopolistic competition
market structure of colgate looks more like a monopolistic competition...
Perfect Competition, Monopoly, Monopolistic Competition or Oligopoly
Firms in monopolistic competition sell similar, but not identical products.
monopoly,perfect competition,monopolistic competition,
Monopolistic competition is a common market structure where many competing producers sell products that are differentiated from one anotherperfect competition occurs in markets in which no participant has market power
Perfect competition exists when there are many players in the market and no seller has a greater advantage that he has all the market to himself. Monopolistic competition has the market skewed to favor one person who takes up most or all of the market share.
Monopoly, Oligopoly, and monopolistic competition.
monopolistic imperfect competition (not monopoly)
maybe depends on how you are feeling
A monopolistic competition market structure gives the consumers more choice. A monopolistic competition market offers more producers and many consumers in the market, and no business has total control over the market price.
A. Pure competition Computer operating systems B.Near monopoly Fast food restaurants C. Monopolistic competition Online auctioning D. Oligopoly Car makers
Three conditions characterize a monopolistic & Perfectly competitive market. First, the market has many firms, none of which is large. Second, there is free entry and exit into the market; there are no barriers to entry or exit. Third, each firm in the market produces a differentiated product. This last condition is what distinguishes monopolistic competition from perfect competition. In perfect competition in addition to the prior two characteristics the firms produces similar products.
There are four basic market models based on the amount of competition within the industry. They are pure competition, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, and pure monopoly.
that products are not standardized in monopolistic competition unlike in perfect competition. the degree by which the market demand curves slope downwards. the number of sellers in the markets. the barriers to entry in the two markets.