What is another word for market structure?

Pronunciation: [mˈɑːkɪt stɹˈʌkt͡ʃə] (IPA)

Market structure is a term used to describe the way a market is organized in terms of the number of firms and the distribution of market share between them. There are several synonyms for market structure including market form, industrial organization, competition style, and market type. Market form stresses the physical characteristics of the market, such as the degree of differentiation or homogeneity between products. Industrial organization, on the other hand, emphasizes the behavior and interactions of firms within a market. Competition style refers to how firms compete with one another, while market type is often used to classify markets by their characteristics, such as monopolistic competition, oligopoly, or perfect competition.

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What are the hypernyms for Market structure?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    economic system, business environment, economic infrastructure.

Famous quotes with Market structure

  • It is incumbent on us to facilitate the development of a market structure that best assures that these changes benefit the U.S. securities markets as a whole.
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  • The tension between centrality, on the one hand, and competition, on the other, is probably the oldest of all market structure issues.
    Arthur Levitt

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