4 Price rigidity and non price competition In an oligopoly firms find it more

4 price rigidity and non price competition in an

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opponents. 4. Price rigidity and non-price competition . In an oligopoly, firms find it more comfortable to maintain constant prices and to engage in various forms of non-price competition, such as advertising and customer service, to hold, if not increase, their market shares. Price reductions, when they occur, are sporadic and usually come about only under severe pressures resulting from weakened demand or excessive capacity. 2.Describe the economic characteristics unique to the airlines.2
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BSAB 415 – Airline Managementschedule frequency, and thus a more desirable product, gives every airline an incentive to use every airplane as intensively as possible. Although this strategy makes sense for each individual
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