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Understanding the extent to which firms exert market power is important for assessing the role and impact of a wide range of economic policies, including anti-trust, trade policy and tax policy among many others. Focussing solely on high levels of concentration, though it may provide prima facie evidence of market power that may affect the outcome of policy changes, does not necessarily imply that firms are behaving anti-competitively or exploiting their potential market power. To this end, evaluating the extent to which firms do exert market power should be the focus of attention.
- Estimating Market Power and Strategies: Contents
- Estimating the demand and market power of a firm in sawn wood markets
- Pricing Policies for New Products
- Competition And Monopoly: Single-Firm Conduct Under Section 2 Of The Sherman Act : Chapter 2
Delis, Manthos D and Tsionas, Efthymios : The joint estimation of bank-level market power and efficiency. The aim of this study is to provide a methodology for the joint estimation of efficiency and market power of individual banks. The proposed method utilizes the separate implications of the new empirical industrial organization and the stochastic frontier literatures and suggests identification using the local maximum likelihood LML technique.
Estimating Market Power and Strategies: Contents
It is also an important topic for managers and for managerial economics, since it can be related to sustainable advantage for a company and it is usually at the center of antitrust cases in which a company may be involved. This chapter defines market power, discusses how it arises, and describes the various methods that have been used for empirically detecting and measuring it. Attention is also given to the role and measurement of market power in important antitrust contexts. Keywords: market power , monopoly , oligopoly , competition , Lerner index , S-C-P paradigm , antitrust , merger guidelines. Access to the complete content on Oxford Handbooks Online requires a subscription or purchase. Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter without a subscription. Please subscribe or login to access full text content.
Estimating the demand and market power of a firm in sawn wood markets
Because of the increasing differential between farm and retail prices, the study proposes to investigate the extent of market power in the rice value chain of Bangladesh using advanced econometric techniques. Using a Stochastic Frontier Estimation approach on cross-sectional data, the study examines the price spread along the rice value chain to determine whether millers and wholesalers exercise market power. This study confirms the non-competitive behavior of the rice market with wholesalers and millers wielding substantial market power. A limitation of the study is that it does not include the retailers who also play a major role in the Bangladesh rice value chain. This is left for future study. This study combines primary and secondary data collected on the Bangladesh rice sector to examine the market power of two major players along the value chain, millers and wholesalers, using an advanced econometrics approach. Rahman, M.
Estimating Market Power and Strategies. Jeffrey M. Perloff, Larry S. Karp, Amos Golan. DESCRIPTION OF OUR BOOK. Our book will describe and compare the.
Pricing Policies for New Products
The basic purpose of the project is to determine the profit impact of market strategies PIMS. The earlier article established a link between strategic planning […]. The earlier article established a link between strategic planning and profit performance; here, with additional data, the authors come up with a positive correlation between market share and ROI.
Before , most of the domestic copper production in the US and an important share of imports were traded at a price set by the major US producers. At the same time, the rest of the world was trading copper at prices determined in auction markets. This two-price system ended in , when the largest US producers began using the Comex price of refined copper as a benchmark for setting their prices.
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HBR first published this article in November as a practical guide to the problems involved in pricing new products.
Competition And Monopoly: Single-Firm Conduct Under Section 2 Of The Sherman Act : Chapter 2
Department of Economics, Ph. Perloff,Jeffrey M. Bresnahan, Timothy F. Willig ed. Lerner,
Official websites use. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites. Monopoly power can harm society by making output lower, prices higher, and innovation less than would be the case in a competitive market. This monopoly-power requirement serves as an important screen for evaluating single-firm liability. It significantly reduces the possibility of discouraging "the competitive enthusiasm that the antitrust laws seek to promote," 5 assures the vast majority of competitors that their unilateral actions do not violate section 2, and reduces enforcement costs by keeping many meritless cases out of court and allowing others to be resolved without a trial. Accordingly, it is important to determine when monopoly power exists within the meaning of section 2.
Keywords: market power; monopoly; oligopoly; competition; Lerner index; S-C-P economics now firmly includes strategic and tactical decision making that is.
No company can totally avoid the impact of increasing costs. And most managers have learned to adjust to the effect inflation has on current operating costs. But few have factored it into their competitive strategies. And most managers, particularly those in capital-intensive industries, have not paid enough attention to the way increasing capital requirements affect […]. And most managers, particularly those in capital-intensive industries, have not paid enough attention to the way increasing capital requirements affect their ability to compete in the long run. As a result of research and consulting work he has done with a number of capital-intensive companies, this author thinks that any organization can better its strategic position despite, and even because of, inflation. In this article, he takes the reader step by step through a diagnosis and analysis of changing cost patterns as well as through the formulation of a strategic solution.
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