We summarize a number of regularities that arise in the empirical literature on contractual relationships between manufacturers and their exclusive resellers.
This paper examines how firms interact with their rivals.
Determinants of the abandonment of previously announced capacity expansions are analyzed in eleven industries within the North American pulp and paper sector.
Price regulation of a multi-market monopolist, with the cap based on average revenue, can cause welfare to be below the unregulated level.
This paper presents a way to get around the information problem facing outside analysts who want to scrutinize competition authorities' decisions.
We model the introduction of a minimum quality standard in a vertically differentiated duopoly.