This paper analyses the pricing behaviour of cross channel ferry companies in the eight year period between awarding the Channel Tunnel franchise and the completion of the construction of the Tunnel.
This paper studies the economic rationale for customer return policies, by focusing on the "experience goods" aspect of many products.
This paper examines a monopoly firm's pricing strategy in a market in which consumers have varying and imprecise estimates of the quality of the firm's product.
The paper studies the pricing and advertising policies of a monopolist in a situation where consumers discover prices by costly search.
This study examines the impact of corporate restructuring measured at the industry level on industry concentration in 695 4-digit US industries in the basic, manufacturing and services sectors between
Using a maximum entropy technique, we estimate the market shares of each firm in an industry using the available government summary statistics such as the four-firm concentration ratio (C4) and the He
I examine an infinite-period duopoly market with positive consumer switching costs and overlapping generations of consumers.
The paper studies the choice facing the owner of a valuable project.
I apply the method of Caballero and Lyons to industry-level data for UK manufacturing. I find evidence for a positive external effect, arising from the expansion of manufacturing as a whole.