Within an infinitely repeated game, I compare the level and conduct of collusion under uniform and discriminatory auctions.
This paper explores differences in the bidding patterns of entrants and incumbents in road construction auctions.
Theory suggests that economic instruments, such as pollution taxes or tradable permits, can provide more efficient technology adoption incentives than conventional regulatory standards.
Firms in the computer industry are often accused of vaporware, the untruthful pre-announcement of a new version of their product.
We investigate how a firm's financial performance affects workplace safety.
Inducing self-selection among different segments of consumers is an important issue in pricing.