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" Those who hold power in the lazy monopoly may actually have an interest in creating some limited opportunities for exit... "
Leaving the Adventist Ministry: A Study of the Process of Exiting - Page 212
by Peter Harry Ballis - 1999 - 236 pages
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Exit, Voice, and Loyalty: Responses to Decline in Firms, Organizations, and ...

Albert O. Hirschman - Business & Economics - 1970 - 162 pages
...over those of its customers who find exit to other communication modes impractical or too expensive. Those who hold power in the lazy monopoly may actually...part of those whose voice might be uncomfortable. Here is a good illustration of the contrast between the profit-maximizing and the lazy monopolist:...
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Learning from School Choice

Paul E. Peterson, Bryan C. Hassel - Education - 1998 - 442 pages
...poor performance of the local monopolist, permits him to persist in his comfortable mediocrity. . . . Those who hold power in the lazy monopoly may actually...for exit on the part of those whose voice might be uncomfortable."23 Based on this analysis one might conclude that, as long as charter schools remain...
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The Charter School Challenge: Avoiding the Pitfalls, Fulfilling the Promise

Bryan C. Hassel - Education - 2011 - 193 pages
...poor performance of the local monopolist, permits him to persist in his comfortable mediocrity. . . . Those who hold power in the lazy monopoly may actually...for exit on the part of those whose voice might be uncomfortable.28 According to this analysis, as long as charter schools remain a relatively small force,...
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By Popular Demand: Revitalizing Representative Democracy Through ...

John Gastil - Political Science - 2000 - 275 pages
...their exit permits the monopolist "to persist in his comfortable mediocrity." The "lazy monopolist may actually have an interest in creating some limited opportunities for exit" because the most quality-conscious customers are also "likely to be most demanding and querulous, in...
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Leaving the Ivory Tower: The Causes and Consequences of Departure from ...

Barbara E. Lovitts - Education - 2001 - 307 pages
...the institution itself. Hirschman (1970, p. 60) argues that "those who hold power in lazy monopolies may actually have an interest in creating some limited...part of those whose voice might be uncomfortable" (emphasis in original). To allow students to voice discontent would force the university to confront...
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