We study the effects of introducing a Most-Favored Customer (MFC) clause on price competition among major consumer electronics retailers.
This article assesses the impact of retailer store brand products on manufacturer brand prices, profitability and consumer welfare in Boston's white fluid milk market.
Consumers sometimes make choices that impose greater external costs on those who do not make the same choice.
In this article, I utilize a unique collection of auctions on eBay to study the influence of seller reputation on auction outcomes.
This paper provides empirical evidence relating search to price movements. We measure consumer search directly from traffic statistics for web sites that report gasoline prices.
We investigate a Cournot model with strategic R&D investments wherein efficient low-cost firms compete against less efficient high-cost firms.
The hypothesis that vertically integrated firms have an incentive to foreclose the input market because foreclosure raises its downstream rivals' costs is the subject of much controversy in the theore