Le plus comp é tent a les clients les plus riches

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Le plus comp é tent a les clients les plus riches. Tant que les march é s restent isol é s, chacun d eux sera servi par les deux professionnels locaux ; la client è le du meilleur aura un revenu moyen de 75 000 dollars, celle de l autre, de 25 000 dollars. Mainte- nant, admettons que les deux march é s fusionnent : les quatre professionnels desser- viront chacun un quart du nouveau march é et les revenus moyens de leur client è le repr é senteront respectivement 87 500, 62 500, 37 500 et 12 500 dollars. Plus les mar- ch é s fusionnent, plus la stratification selon la comp é tence est importante et plus les in é galit é s de revenus des professionnels se creusent.
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