Economics
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Market analysts often use crossprice elasticities to determine a measure of the “competitiveness” of a particular good in a market. How might crossprice elasticities be used in this manner? What would you expect the crossprice elasticity coefficient to be if the market for a good was highly competitive? Why?
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