monopolist

[ US /məˈnɑpəɫəst/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone who monopolizes the means of producing or selling something
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How To Use monopolist In A Sentence

  • A horizontal merger may enable the new entity to set price and output in the same manner as a single-firm monopolist, with the same consequences for consumer welfare.
  • A study by the OECD and Mexico's Federal Competition Commission (CFC) found that 31% of Mexican household spending went on products supplied in monopolistic or highly oligopolistic markets.
  • If those consumers think the drug industrial monopolists already charge too much for pills and panaceas, just wait until the privately patented and monopolized ‘stem cell cures’ hit the market…
  • Since markets are interconnected and some banks occupy quasi - monopolistic positions, we must consider breaking them up.
  • Remember, too, that he is hardly ever a monopolist: he works in fierce competition with fellow scalpers.
  • If the bid succeeds, his control of the newspaper market on the island of Ireland would be close to monopolistic.
  • Do you mean to say that the monopolist is actually a monopsonist in an input market and a monopolist in the output market? Tax Cuts for the Rich, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • This is because the behaviour of a rational monopolist will be to market the goods at a price which is higher than that prevailing under ordinary competitive conditions.
  • Software companies in monopolistic houses shouldn’t throw stones! Google-DoubleClick Deal Raising Lots of Questions
  • We have precisely the same structure - a monopolistic, representation body endorsed by statute.
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