Oligopsony

Oligopsony exists when a few large buyers dominate a market....more on Oligopsony
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oligopsony

The situation in which a few, possibly collusive, buyers are the only ones who buy a certain good. Has the same relation to monopsony that oligopoly has to monopoly. Contexts: IO; labor
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Oligopsony

A Market characterized by a small number of large buyers who control all purchases and therefore the market price of a good or service.
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oligopsony

oligopsony (s), oligopsonies (pl) 1. A market condition in which purchases are so few that the actions of any one of them can materially affect prices and the costs that competitors must pay. 2. Markets with a very limited number of buyers. 3. An economic condition in which there are so few suppliers of a particular product that one supplier...
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Oligopsony

A market structure in which there are a small number of buyers.
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Oligopsony

An oligopsony (from Ancient Greek ὀλίγοι (oligoi) `few` + ὀψωνία (opsōnia) `purchase`) is a market form in which the number of buyers is small while the number of sellers in theory could be large. This typically happens in a market for inputs where numerous suppliers are competing to sell their product to a small number of (ofte...
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Oligopsony

A Market characterized by a small number of large buyers who control all purchases and therefore the
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oligopsony

market situation of few buyers of a service
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