Macroeconomics Journal - Market Structure

Macroeconomics Journal - Market Structure - ECO 201 Market...

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ECO – 201 Market Structure – Related to Perfect Competition and Monopoly While watching television the other night, there was a commercial that had caught my attention and I am positive that most people have seen it, and if they have not they will. The commercial relates directly to Apple Inc. taking shots at the Microsoft Corporation. For example, “In one, he talks about all the new equipment PC owners have to buy because old printers and software don’t necessarily work with Vista. “Ask not what Vista can do for you, but what you can buy for Vista,” he says, doing his best JFK. When Long, the Mac, tells him he sounds really committed, Hodgeman confides that he switched back to XP, an older version of Windows, three weeks ago. “So much happier,” he says (Worthen, 2007, p.1). Furthermore, while watching the commercial I thought to myself I am up to date with all computer software and use both operating systems when possible. The Apple Mac OS X operating system, as well as the Windows Vista each has unique features. My personal
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2008 for the course ECON 201 taught by Professor Spessard during the Spring '07 term at Hagerstown CC.

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