Securing sales to a large buyer can be pivotal to a supplier's decision to produce.
I describe a price game in which consumers face search costs and base their quantity decision on the expected price.
This paper examines how differentiation among Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs) affects local market competition.
We study actual and potential competition and other factors that determine price paths of brand-name drugs in the Swedish pharmaceuticals market.
This paper uses unique data from the state of Connecticut to examine discounting patterns in the state's hospital industry for the years following deregulation (1995-1998).
We investigate price dispersion in a retail market (car tyres) characterised by outlets each selling a range of products, some of which are manufactured by their owners.