The Journal of Industrial Economics, Volume 66, Issue 1, Page 1-29, March 2018. <br/>
We establish a model of market competition between large and small firms and investigate the way in which demand substitutability affects how the entry of big firms impacts incumbents.
We analyze how consumer preferences for one-stop shopping affect the (Nash) bargaining relationships between a retailer and its suppliers.
In a Cournot model with differentiated products, we demonstrate that merger efficiencies in the form of lower marginal costs for the merging firms (the insiders) lead to higher post-merger prices unde
We model firm adaptation to local factor markets in which firms care about both the price and availability of inputs.
We study how net neutrality regulations affect a high-bandwidth content provider (CP)'s investment incentives to enhance its quality of services (QoS) in content delivery to end users.
Product-market competition can boost industry growth if firms invest more in innovation.