Concentrates on the consequences on the market solution of abandoning the perfect information assumption. Though this constitutes a broad topic not yet completely elucidated by theory, we limit ourselves to two illustrations. The first examines the effects of consumers’ imperfect information about prices on the market solution and the second is devoted to the same problem assuming now that consumers are not perfectly informed on the quality of the rival products.
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