Whether competition forces firms toward efficient behaviour is an open question. We consider a duopoly with firms run by managers and affected by adverse selection on costs.
In this paper I show how Appelbaum's framework for testing price-taking behavior in a single industry can be formally extended to consider concentration explicitly.
Using firm level data from the Bangladesh food manufacturing sector, this paper examines the impact of economic reform on productive capacity realisation in the eighties.
This paper examines competition among middlemen when sellers and buyers can trade directly.
In 1993 the Danish antitrust authority decided to gather and publish firm-specific transactions prices for two grades of ready-mixed concrete in three regions of Denmark.
I examine a link between downstream foreclosure and upstream innovation.