A method of estimating market structure and tax incidence when data are available for some firms and the total industry is applied to the domestic Japanese television market.
Although two markets may appear to be separate, sometimes one firm participates in both of them. That firm provides a link between the two markets.
Advertising space is not a homogeneous commodity but something whose value depends on the characteristics of a newspaper's readership.
Capacity utilization (CU) is usually defined as the ratio of actual output to the output corresponding to (i) the minimum point on the SRATC curve, (ii) the point of tangency between the LRATC and SRA
This paper analyses the frequently observed phenomenon that firms offer product warranties which are of much shorter duration than the life expectancy of these products.
This paper attempts to study simultaneously the production and impact of patenting in a less-developed country, using panel firm-level data for the period 1975-79 for India.
This paper estimates the effects of inter-industry R & D spillovers on the production cost of nine major Canadian industries.
In this study the determinants of product innovation by West German firms operating in the metal industry are investigated.