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Brief description: One possible theory of oligopolistic behaviour is the kinked demand curve theory. The equilibrium of a firm in this situation will be where marginal cost equals marginal revenue.

Detailed description: The marginal revenue curve associated with a kinked demand curve will be discontinuous and have a vertical section. The marginal cost curve can shift anywhere along this section and there will be no change in the equilibrium price and output.