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Imperfect information

Where either firms or individuals are not aware of all the information that is relevant to make decisions about the supply and consumption of products. The most commonly used example of this is the secondary cars market, in which car buyers cannot determine whether the cars they are being sold are of good quality or of bad quality (lemons). This is a specific form of imperfect information called adverse selection.

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