Empirical research on industrial organization has failed to identify the empirical bases of product differentiation (that is, each seller facing an individual downward-sloping demand curve).
We analyse the properties of a Cournot-Nash equilibrium which arises when two monopolies, operating each in a separate market, become a duopoly in a common market with two sub-markets (the formerly se
The paper is concerned with the determinants of prices of European and Japanese cars in five EEC countries.
This paper generalizes Joan Robinson's analysis of dumping under a spatial price theory framework.
Caves and Porter  developed a theory of strategic groups to explain why national and regional producers behave differently in most consumer-goods industries.
International civil aviation is subject to regulation by governments. A model of civil aviation demand and supply in competitive markets is presented.
There have been no systematic empirical studies of the speed at which various kinds of technological information leak out to rival firms.