This paper analyzes the competitive effect of a new product introduction.
This paper characterizes environmental regulations which induce polluting Bertrand competitors to invest efficiently in environmental R&D.
A new class of access pricing problems is analyzed in which upstream firms compete for customers and access to these customers is required by downstream markets.
This paper provides a characterization of the set of dynamic models in which symmetric duopolists have incentives to raise a common cost.
With internet commerce, a buyer cannot directly examine the product and so must rely upon the accuracy and reliability of the seller in deciding whether and how much to bid.
Two conflicting predictions have emerged regarding the effect of low–cost information on price. The first states that all Internet retailers will charge the same low price for mass produced goods.