This paper examines an auction platform in which the monopoly platform maximizes profits by adjusting participation fees and choosing an auction format.
I investigate the effects of switching costs on the market outcome in network industries using a dynamic duopoly model of price competition in the presence of an outside option.
This paper investigates whether and how firms competing in price with homogeneous goods (i.e., Bertrand competitors) can achieve supernormal profits using interfirm bundled discounts.
We propose a theoretical framework to understand the effect on a movie's eventual theatrical success of leading the box office during the opening weekend.
Using US firm level panel data we simultaneously assess the contributions to productivity of three potential sources of research and development spillovers: geographic, technological, and product mark
It is well known that random parameters specifications can generate upward sloping demands for a subset of products in the data.