We analyse a stylised game of technology adoption with network effects and two new technologies. Potential adopters can adopt early, late or not at all.
We develop a model of information exchange between calling parties. We characterize the equilibrium when two interconnected networks compete by charging both for outgoing and incoming calls.
This paper considers variants of a dynamic duopoly model where one firm has a stronger market position than its competitor.
This paper investigates the impact of overseas subsidiaries' R&D activities on the productivity growth of parent firms using firm-level data for Japanese multinational enterprises.
This paper introduces the Werden-Froeb Index (WFI) to assist in evaluating merger-specific efficiencies in horizontal mergers.
We conduct Monte Carlo experiments to investigate the biases of assuming a misspecified demand model.
This article provides a model of loss leader pricing and quantity restrictions for a competitive multiproduct industry when individual consumers have continuous (and independent) demands for the set o