A number of factors, including design variation and the combination of uncertain costs and cost-plus contracting, diminished opportunities and incentives to improve power plant design and construction
This paper examines the factors affecting prices in the North America banana market. There are substantial price differences between brand-name and "generic" companies, and among branded companies.
Sutton's widely acclaimed book on sunk costs and market structure contains several robust predictions.
Recently developed tools are used to predict the effects of differentiated products mergers, but they require the assumption of a particular functional form for industry demand, and any assumption is
A simultaneous price-setting oligopoly game characterized by the existence of buyers with differing price information is presented.
Although the Cournot and Bertrand equilibrium concepts have dominated economic analysis of oligopoly problems, neither has a compelling theoretical rationale.
Unlike other types of licensing agreements such as those with output restrictions, market division clauses, or output royalties, licensing contracts with only a fixed-fee have been perceived as having