Economics » Perfect Competition » Efficiency in Perfectly Competitive Markets

Key Concepts and Summary

Key Concepts and Summary

Long-run equilibrium in perfectly competitive markets meets two important conditions: allocative efficiency and productive efficiency. These two conditions have important implications. First, resources are allocated to their best alternative use. Second, they provide the maximum satisfaction attainable by society.

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