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One assumption of perfectly competitive markets with free entry is that firms making zero profits will choose to remain in the market. Is this a realistic assumption?
This is an unrealistic assumption because real firms wouldn't stay in a market if they were making zero profits. The owners would be better off doing something else.
This is a realistic assumption if you are thinking of firms making zero economic profits.
This is a realistic assumption if you are thinking of firms making zero accounting profits.