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    The market coordination What is a market?

    Ny bagel complaints We present the diversity of concrete markets (from medieval fairs to the online shopping, markets for goods, services, assets, labor, etc.. ). Ny bagel lawsuits We show that the functioning of markets requires the rule of law, notably regarding who owns what, and what may or may not be exchanged. We show that the market assumes the existence of such institutions and conventions (eg, bargaining, buying or number, auctions, etc.. ). Ny bagel complaints We explain how property rights (including copyrights, patents, trademarks, etc.. ) Are the basis of the exchange. We will discuss the existence of social and human rights and will discuss the limitations of commodity exchange ( existence of illicit trade, patenting life, prohibition of organ trade, etc.. ) .
    How a competitive market functional there ?

    We will endeavor to highlight the determinants of the behavior of agents, sellers and buyers, and then proceed with the construction of supply and demand curves and analysis of the formation of the equilibrium in a market type competitive. Changing conditions of supply and demand will show how to adjust in time, equilibrium prices and quantities. Reactions to changes in buyer incentives (increase in the price of tobacco, fuel taxes, scrapping on the automotive market, etc.. ) Will be studied. The study of the concept of surplus and its division between buyers and sellers will graphically illustrate the gains from trade. We will show the existence of situations of rationing when the price is fixed, Ny bagel complaints regardless of the reason, at another level than that clears the market ( queues, rent regulation, shortage of places for meetings sports and entertainment, etc.. ) .

    How imperfectly competitive markets work?

    We emphasize the special character of the competitive market and the concept of market structures will be introduced. Without recourse to the formalization and using examples (monopoly in the field of electricity or transport situations of monopolistic competition generated by the innovation or product differentiation, Ny bagel lawsuits oligopolies in the automotive, electronic components, etc.. ), we show that vendors implement strategies to strengthen their market power (positioning and marketing of products, agreements between vendors, price wars, creating captive demand, etc.. ). We may wonder about the conditions favoring the non-competitive structures and the role of government in regulating competition.

    What are the main market failures ?

    We show that in situations of asymmetric information, there is the existence of equilibria with rationing or no market ( market for used cars, markets, health professionals and lawyers, insurance market, etc. ). The various ways to produce and disseminate information - labeling, advertising, price comparisons, consumer magazines, etc.. - Will be discussed, as well as government regulation on information.

    Based on examples also show that markets can fail in the area of ​​resource allocation in the presence of public goods or externalities (pollution, public lighting, pollination by bees, etc.. ) .

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