Rosenberg  argues that in many markets prospective buyers for an innovation are strongly influenced by expectations "...concerning the timing and significance of future improvements..." The prim
We provide a model of endogenous lease duration determination in the context of the durable goods monopolist problem.
We consider a two-stage R & D then output or price duopoly game in which R & D spills over, so reducing the marginal cost of both the investing firm and its rival.
This paper shows that indirect evidence is often available to assist in understanding the timing of a vertical merger or divestiture.
This paper examines competition between groups of firms selling products which are complementary within the group but substitutes across groups.
This study analyzes the relationship between export market structure and the pricing behavior of US grain exporting firms.