Definition of monopolistically in US English:



  • See monopolistic

    • ‘The presumption among economists that money must be supplied monopolistically by a central authority is widespread.’
    • ‘Assume that the number of laborers and the number of monopolistically competitive firms is divided evenly between the regions.’
    • ‘Agglomeration is taken to mean that more monopolistically competitive firms are located in one region than in another.’
    • ‘The monopolistically determined price after the imposition of the tax could stay the same, rise by more than the amount of the tax, or rise by less.’
    • ‘This view of monopoly could reduce logically to the notion that each and every unit of everyone's property stock is owned "monopolistically."’