barriers to exit

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Obstacles that make it costly for a firm to exit a market. Barriers to exit intensify competition in a market because incumbent firms have little choice but to ‘stay and fight’. Examples of barriers to exit include the costs involved with writing off assets, redundancy payments, penalties for terminating contracts, and the loss of reputation and goodwill.

Subjects: Business and Management — Economics.

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