In a setting of R&D competition, we study how collaboration affects strategic decisions during a patent contest, and how the latter influences the collaboration network structures the firms can fo
This paper analyzes the empirical relationship between market structure and price dispersion in the airline markets connecting the U.K. and the Republic of Ireland.
We analyze the cost of quality improvement in hospitals, dealing with two challenges.
In a repeated price game with long but finitely-lived consumers, long-term contracts facilitate collusion.
With digital music as its context, this paper quantifies how much money would be made using alternatives to uniform pricing.
In this paper we aim to explain intuitively heterogeneous firms’ optimal location decisions in a simple spatial market.
We propose a model of two-tier competition between vertically integrated firms and unintegrated downstream firms.
This paper examines the price response of wireless carriers to the introduction of number portability in the U.S.