Two versions of a vertical product differentiation model, one with fixed and the other with variable costs of quality, are analysed to study how the hypotheses of price versus quantity competition aff
Subjects played twice a multistage duopoly game with demand inertia. Their actual behavior is different from the unique subgame perfect equilibrium solution of the game.
Game theory suggests that the ability to sustain collusive equilibria in duopoly markets depends on sufficiently low rates of time preference.
The merger provisions of the new Competition Act  brought significant changes to Canada's merger environment, but little is known regarding the application of the provisions by the Bureau of Com
This paper takes a close look at the extraordinarily high pre-merger profit rates of target companies during the conglomerate merger wave.
The paper sheds light on the strategy of two entrants in the Norwegian cement market, where both started importing cement.
This paper extends the results of Hjorth-Andersen  by examining agglomeration in quality space for 16,257 consumer products tested by Konsument and Test magazines.
The authors compare and contrast the profit and welfare effects of exclusive dealing, sales through a common retailer, and vertical integration.