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An important question is how well competitive models approximate models of large finite economies. This paper studies that question for models of differentiated products. Both static and dynamic Nash equilibria are considered. In the class of models analyzed it is shown that static Nash equilibria always converge to competition as the number of firms increases. Dynamic Nash equilibria need not so converge. Easily checked necessary and sufficient conditions for their convergence to competition are, however, established.

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