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Except the airline model is not losing money due to competition and Google isn't monopolizing anything. A more apt comparison would be east European car manufacturers under the soviets that had no competition and created garbage because there was no impetus to innovate or survive and US / west European manufacturers that do have competition. Great article. Economists hate monopolies because they charge too much, not only extracting too much money from customers but discouraging customers from consuming as much as they would have. This limiting of consumer enjoyment of the monopolists' product is an economic "deadweight loss." Entrenched monopolies also discourage innovation: if you make a lot of money without having to do anything new, improve, or worry about competitors, progress is impaired. Not quite the case with Google but arguably for Microsoft, who's been living off of Windows and Office for years without coming up with anything better. Being the best provider in a perfectly competitive market leads to riches. If the author's thesis that perfect competition leads to zero profits, not only ExxonMobil would be broke, but so would every plumber, farmer, electrician, builder, ... so his thesis needs adjusting

Monopoly and competition are just two aspects of the market economy. An established monopoly is always under threat from new technologies and startups. Kodak and Polaroid were quasi-monopolies in the photography business before digital cameras came along. Similarly, a competitive market can result in monopolies (or quasi-monopolies) as outsized rewards go to early movers and innovators. The mobile phone market has been around a long time and always been competitive to the point of cut-throat. Remember the days when Motorola cell phones were everywhere? Now it's Apple and Samsung. As long as markets are free and fair, and intellectual properties are respected, competition and monopolies can coexist perfectly.  I agree on economics being based on classical physics but as Hayek opined out, economics had little to do with natural laws classical or quantum. That has been the fatal error of both the Keynesians and monitorists. Economics had be come more and more wrong as the years go by,

By 'Zero to One,' it seems Mr. Thiel is implying a strict binary: Compete and lose or monopolize and win. Since 177 people already drove a steamship through his arguments, I won't pile on further except to note how delightfully unaware he seems in contradicting his own premise. The great line: "The dynamism of new monopolies itself explains why old monopolies don't strangle innovation." First, dynamism is the right word; the environment in which most businesses compete is dynamic, and so, companies never exist as 0 or 1, but compete in the space between. Second, the concept of "new" and "old" monopolies highlights the contradiction (and misunderstanding of monopolies). Old and new? Put differently, the companies were never monopolies; the companies existed in a competitive environment; at a point, a given company achieved high market share; the company (now old) lost market share to a new competitor (the new monopoly!), and the competitor fights not to get "old" as new entrants emerge.

I want to see the electric car industry provide some SAVAGE competition to the worldwide oil industry. I want to see the solar and wind power industry do the same thing to the coal industry. We need to make the market for internal combustion engines and coal fired power plants dramatically smaller. Because the market wants fossil fuel.  The market knows there is no substitute. Sure, there are lots of fancy words, lots of fancy schemes to try and boost the alternatives. But to date and for the foreseeable future, fossil fuels will be the way.  Doesn't matter what a minority of supposed elites wants. It does matter what the market as a whole wants. And the market as a whole wants fossil fuels.


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