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Thiel presents a false dichotomy. There are few monopolies and little perfect competition in the real world. Most business is a form of monopolistic competition, due primarily to government protection of intellectual property. Many companies sell hamburgers, but only McDonald's sells McDonald's burgers (which is more than just meat and buns, but the experience, pricing, service, etc.). Google has a monopoly on Google ads, but not internet ads, Disney has a monopoly on its characters, and so forth.  In fact, this demonstrates one of the fundamental causes of wealth disparity in the current system. The bulk of the value of Facebook, Google, Disney, etc. is in their intellectual property, a value made possible by, and enforced by, the government (we the people) for free. Such companies ought to pay an excise or other tax for the privilege. Patent protection is of limited duration (except for Disney, which gets gets special legal protection for its characters Mickey & Minnie every few years!) Patents help get the patent holder up and running, but cannot by themselves sustain a "monopoly".  The market power (and market value) of Facebook, Google, Apple, etc. is due to something more: market "position", brand power, the collective skills of employees, etc. Clearly it is not due to the physical assets: servers, office buildings, computer code, etc.

We are only in Act 1 of a three Act play with these companies. Twenty years ago, Microsoft was the 800 pound gorilla. Today Microsoft is still a very large and valuable company, but with a languishing stock price, and without the "buzz". No consumer waits with baited breath for what Microsoft will do next. I'm sure the point of this essay was to be provocative, but it's just dumb instead. Although fleeting and unconvincing references were made to "customers", it's obvious why people oppose monopolies: they don't want to be gouged as consumers.
It's bad enough that so many industries today have turned into effective oligopolies. He makes some interesting points but what about the deadweight loss created by monopolies? According to economics, monopolies are bad for society because they hurt the consumer. Even if it's Google creating a revolutionary search engine, monopolies hurt the consumer's wallet. Also, economics prefers perfect competition because in the real world perfect competition is nearly impossible to reach, equilibrium can be reached but it's impossible to maintain. It's the attempt to get to perfect competition by firms that makes it so desirable. The goal of ultimate efficiency achieved by competition is much better than the deadweight loss created by the monopoly.


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