Bertrand competition

Definition

Economics

  • noun a model for pricing decisions by which firm A believes that Firm B will not reduce its prices in response to a price reduction by Firm A; in fact, Firm B does reduce prices and Firm A reduces its prices again, ensuring that price competition drives the market, even if both firms may reach a point where they do not cover costs
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