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I assume WH Hutt is referring to long-term effects. Here's what I understand. If "the price of any commodity is raised above the free market level by strike threat or action or by state edict," so that the price is above marginal cost. Then firms earn a "free" mark-up (=price - marginal cost) and need not be as productive as in a competitive market. As a ...


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