This paper examines the frequency of new product introductions in monopoly markets where demand is subject to temporary satiation.
We analyse the determinants of early settlement between merging parties and the European Commission over remedies that remove concerns of anticompetitive effects.
We analyze markets with both horizontally and vertically differentiated products under both monopoly and duopoly.
We set up a merger game between retailing stores to study the incentives of independent stores to form a big store when some consumers have preferences for one-stop shopping.
Prices for consultations with General Practitioners (GP's) in Australia are unregulated, and patients pay the difference between the price set by the GP and a fixed reimbursement from the nationa
This paper evaluates the price effects of the merger of two major U.K. book retailers.