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Una breve aproximación teórica a modelos de monopsonio y oligopsonio

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El análisis del mercado de factores resulta ser un tema que en muchas discusiones convencionales de microeconomía se pasa por alto o en cualquier otro caso no se realiza mayor explicación en torno a las motivaciones de las firmas a la hora de tomar su decisión de compra de insumos para sus procesos productivos. En contraste, se presentan consideraciones que van dirigidas a explicar totalmente mecanismos de elección de firmas en la producción y comercialización de bienes en contextos oligopólicos y monopólicos. Esta nota propone una reflexión en torno al problema a partir de un instrumento similar al utilizado convencionalmente para entender las motivaciones de una firma a la hora de determinar sus decisiones estratégicas en mercados de bienes finales.

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  • Juan Pablo Herrera Saavedra, 2009. "Una breve aproximación teórica a modelos de monopsonio y oligopsonio," Documentos de Economía 007751, Universidad Javeriana - Bogotá.
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