From Hobson's Choice
A market in which there are few buyers. Similar to a monopsony, except that an oligopsony is far more common.
- Alan Barkema, Mark Drabenstott, & Nancy Novack, "The New U.S. Meat Industry" , Kansas City Federal Reserve (2nd Qtr, 2001)
- V Bhaskar & Ted To, "Oligopsony and the Distribution of Wages" , JEL (February 1999)
- Steve Hannaford, Oligopoly Watch (web log)
- Ronald A. Wirtz "Cash, check or third party? Prescription benefit plans are squeezing retail pharmacies," Fedgazette (Jan 2006)
- Ronald A. Wirtz "A borderless perspective: despite what we like—or want—to think, the US doesn't have a monopoly on agribusiness consolidation and concentration ," Fedgazette (Jan 2000)