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Economic Definition of price taker. Defined.

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Term price taker Definition: A buyer or seller that possess so little market power that it has no control over the price of the good, it must "take" or accept the going market price. The market structure widely populated with a bunch of powerless price takers is perfect competition. You should compare this term with price maker. Other related terms worth a look are price leader, natural monopoly, regulatory pricing.


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