How can monopolies charge higher prices?

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Aug 16, 2015


Monopolist is a single producer or seller of a good for which there is substitute goods.


He is a single producer. There are no producers in the market to compete with him. If his product enjoys inelastic demand, He can fix a higher price for his product.

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