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Stable cartels with a Cournot fringe

Sherrill L. Shaffer

Stable cartels with a Cournot fringe

by Sherrill L. Shaffer

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Published by Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia in Philadelphia, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cartels -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSherrill Shaffer
    SeriesWorking papers ; working paper -- no. 90-24, Working paper (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia) -- no. 90-24
    ContributionsFederal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
    The Physical Object
    Pagination33 p. ;
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14649940M

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Andrea Lofaro, "When imperfect collusion is profitable," Journal of Economics, Springer, vol. 70(3), pagesAtallah, "Information sharing and the stability of cooperation in research joint ventures," Economics of Innovation and New Technology, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol.

12(6), pages Stable cartels with a Cournot fringe book Downloadable (with restrictions). In this paper, we revisit the size of stable cartels in a symmetric oligopoly model with a Cournot fringe.

Konishi and Lin () make a conjecture on the size of stable cartels. Due to algebra complexity, they test the conjecture by Stable cartels with a Cournot fringe book numerical simulations. We provide an analytical approach to determine the size of stable cartels, and show that the.

In the literature two types of competition in the industry with a partial cartel are used: the cartel is a Stackleberg leader and the fringe competesà la Cournot (Shaffer, ), or the fringe Author: Effrosyni Diamantoudi.

Konishi H. — Lin P., «Stable Cartels with a Cournot Fringe in a Symmetric Oligopoly», Keio Economics Studies, no. 36,pages 1– Google Scholar Lambertini L. — Trombetta M., «Delegation and Firms’ Ability to Collude», Journal of Economic Behaviour and Author: Davide Dragone. The Cartel (Cartel, Book 1) Paperback – Decem by Ashley (Author), JaQuavis (Author) out of 5 stars ratings.

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to be more stable. However, cartels usually grew less stable with age and when there was a recent and long history of cartelization in the industry. Finally, cartels whose primary rationale was to fix price tended to be particularly unstable, be-cause these contracts invited fringe competition and entry.

INTRODUCTION. The model is one of a Stackelberg oligopoly, the cartel being the leader and the fringe's firms the followers, called by Shaffer (, p. ) “oligopoly with a Cournot competitive fringe”, which is “Cournot” in that sense that the fringe takes the output of the leader as given (but the inverse is not true).Cited by: 5.

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This paper analyzes the impact of vertical integration on the static and dynamic stability of downstream incomplete collusion. It is shown that a vertical merger between an upstream firm and a downstream cartel or fringe firm promotes downstream collusion, under certain conditions on the market size.

However, for low downstream market concentration, a vertical merger with a cartel firm hinders Cited by: The second approach trying to explain cartels is concep-tually much simpler and was initiated by d’Aspremont et al.

They show that a price-leader cartel is stable in a static one-shot game if the fringe suppliers behave as price takers. Several attempts have been made to generalize this model.7 It is a common feature of all these.

Perfect competition An idealized market environment in which every market participant is too small to affect the market price by acting on its own.

Fig. Perfect competition. See entry. (a) Short-run equilibrium. (b)Long-run equilibrium. perfect competition or atomistic competition A type of MARKET STRUCTURE characterised by: many firms and buyers.

A cartel is a group of independent market participants who collude with each other in order to improve their profits and dominate the market.

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An open question is whether the same pattern of preferences characterizes a market with a price-taking fringe. Free Online Library: The parasites who leech billions from the poor: Phil Evans exposes the scandal of international price cartels.(Essay) by "For A Change"; Philosophy and religion Social sciences, general Developing countries Economic aspects Materials Prices and rates Price fixing Forecasts and trends.

Cartels 1. Cartels 2. What is Cartel. • A cartel is a group of companies, countries or other entities that agree to work together to influence market prices by controlling the production and sale of a particular product Illegal association • Cartels can be most powerful when high barriers of entry are introduced to the industry or market and all the members can be controlled by a dominant.

Price-taking synonyms, Pdf pronunciation, Price-taking translation, English dictionary definition of Price-taking. n economics a market situation in which there exists a homogeneous product, freedom of entry, and a large number of buyers and sellers none of whom.

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