Citations with the tag: MONOPOLISTIC competition
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- The composition of public expenditure in a dynamic macro model of monopolistic competition.
Balvers, Ronald J. // Southern Economic Journal; Jan97, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p620
Opinion. Examines the consumptive and productive benefits of a publicly provided good within a dynamic macro model of monopolistic competition. Reference to some of the literature on macro models of monopolistic competition; Information on the Long and Plosser model with monopolistically...
- Some remarks on monopoly leveraging.
Blair, Roger D.; Esquibel, Amanda K. // Antitrust Bulletin; Summer95, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p371
Presents views on monopoly leveraging in the United States. Judicial developments in monopoly leveraging; Economic aspects of monopoly leveraging.
- Direct quote.
Blair, Roger D.; Esquibel, Amanda K. // National Journal; 8/23/97, Vol. 29 Issue 34/35, p1706
Presents a quote by Alex Kozinski relating to the limitation of trade competition.
- EMERGING COMPETITIVE FORCES IN INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS: SATELLITES AND CABLES.
Burch, Dean // Antitrust Law Journal; 1985, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p227
Presents the text of the speech given by Dean Burch, member of the District of Columbia and Arizona Bars, dealing on the competitive forces in international communications.
- OPTIMAL TAXATION OF A MONOPOLY.
Paulsen, Jim W.; Adams, Roy D. // National Tax Journal; Mar87, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p121
Compares the revenue potential and economic efficiency of several possible taxes, subsidies and combinations which can be applied to a monopolist. Description of an optimal tax path and an optimal method of collecting each feasible level of tax revenue; Suboptimality of single taxes and subsidies.
- Public Teams, Private Profits.
Eitzen, D. Stanley // Dollars & Sense; Mar/Apr2000, Issue 228, p21
Focuses on how professional sports owners run up the score on fans and taxpayers in the United States. Information on professional sports as a monopoly; Public subsidies of sports franchises; Claims of sports owners about their financial condition.
- A MEASURE OF MONOPOLY IN SELLING.
Morgan, Theodore // Quarterly Journal of Economics; May46, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p461
Presents a graphic representation of the cause of the monopolistic status of a given 'i' with respect to any other firm 'j'. Analysis in terms of price competition; Criterion of degree of monopoly; Differentiation of product; Illustration of the range of situation which leads to corresponding...
- DISCRIMINATION UNDER MARKET INTERDEPENDENCE.
Maroni, Yves R. // Quarterly Journal of Economics; Nov47, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p95
Discusses the concept of market interdependence under conditions of monopolistic competition. Implications of monopolistic competition for products and their prices in market; Classification of cases of price discrimination; Analysis of market interdependence in relation to the theory of...
- Strange but true?
Maroni, Yves R. // Builders Merchants Journal; Jul2000, p12
Presents some facts about business. Importance of creating temporary monopolies; Role of technology in the society.
- Vertical restrictions and the number of franchises: Comment.
Schmidt, Torsten // Southern Economic Journal; Jul95, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p259
Presents study by Owen Phillips regarding the sale of goods by monopolist to various dealers. Model devised to judge the determination of wholesale price below its marginal cost; Discussion on Phillips's reasoning; Results of the study.
- THE COMPETITIVE SET.
Schmidt, Torsten // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management; Nov2002, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p48
Reports on the competition faced by the periodical 'Martha Stewart Living'(MSL) by other periodicals of the same genre. List of competitors of MSL in the market; Plans of the MSL staff for maintaining the position of the magazine in the top slot.
- Opening Gates's gate.
Reich, Robert B. // Las Vegas Business Press; 06/01/98, Vol. 15 Issue 22, p5
Opinion. Presents an analogy on how Microsoft Corp. could destroy competition and stifle innovation. Advantage of a uniform standard; Tradeoff presented by Bill Gates with his Windows operating system; Comparison of the operating system to the two-prong design of electric plugs; Choice that...
- Cross-ownership in the crosshairs.
Reyes, Mary Ann Li // Telecom Asia; Jun2003, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p12
Reports on the lack of rules governing cross-ownership of telecommunication, cable and broadcast companies in the Philippines. Call for the unconstitutionality of the ownership by the Lopez group of television, telecommunication and cable assets; Limits on the ownership of mass media;...
Reyes, Mary Ann Li // Atlantic Economic Journal; Mar1990, Vol. 18 Issue 1, Number 1 p71
Presents an abstract of the article `Consistent Conjectures in Monopoly, Monopolistic Competition, and Perfect Competition,' by Coldwell Daniel III.
- DE WET VAN WALRAS (II).
Vermaat, A.J. // De Economist (0013-063X); Sep68, Vol. 116 Issue 5, p587
Investigates the relationship of the Law of Walras with the Patinkin controversy, Loanable Funds Theory and the Liquidity Preference Theory in Netherlands. Explanation on equilibrium equations, falsifiable identities and tautological identities; Applications of the economic models; Criticisms...
- Stop trying to beat your competitors.
Harari, Oren // Management Review; Sep94, Vol. 83 Issue 9, p53
Advises managers against focusing on the elimination of their business competitors. Counterproductivity of macho posturing; Creation of new opportunities as key to competitive advantage; Narrow results from narrow thinking; Competitors' provision of valuable sources of strategic opportunity as...
- PHYSICIAN PRICING: MONOPOLISTIC OR COMPETITIVE: COMMENT.
Frech III, H.E.; Ginsburg, Paul B. // Southern Economic Journal; Apr72, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p573
Newhouse has considered an important topic in the economics of health. However, inconsistencies in his analysis make it impossible for any of his statistical tests to distinguish between monopolistic and competitive physician pricing policy. In fact, his empirical findings do tend to indicate...
- A NOTE ON CHAMBERLIN'S MONOPOLY SUPPLY CURVE.
Hawkins, E. R. // Quarterly Journal of Economics; Aug39, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p641
Examines the error in theory of monopolistic competition by Chamberlin. Determination of a type of monopoly supply curve; Solution for price problem in monopolistic competition; Discussion on the marginal cost curve of sellers.
- Surfing an oasis of opportunity.
Lynch, Grahame // Telecom Asia; Aug2002, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p30
Reports on the monopolistic competition in the telecommunication market in the Middle East. Mobile penetration rates; Importance of providing differentiation through good customer service rather than tariff discounting.
- Connecting to competition.
Zeglis, John D. // Executive Excellence; Mar1999, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p13
Focuses on competition in the telecommunications industry. Role of technological innovation in breaking a solid monopoly; Effect of public policy on progress; Importance of business restructuring in response to market conditions and economy; Significance of customer education.
- A monopolistic competition model of spatial agglomeration with variable density*.
Hsiao-Lan Liu; Fujita, Masahisa // Annals of Regional Science; Jul91, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p81
In this paper, we combine the monopolistic competition model of Fujita (1988) with the variable density model by Tabuchi (1986), Liu (1988) and Grimaud (1989), and develop a monopolistic competition model of spatial agglomeration with variable density. We compare the results of the present paper...
- The price is wrong.
O'Riley, Mary Kate // Director (00123242); Feb2002, Vol. 55 Issue 7, p25
Comments on the implementation of the government proposal to criminalize cartel behavior in Great Britain. Impact of the implementation on business competitions in Great Britain and European Union countries; Views of the European Competition Commission on the proposal; Problems regarding the...
- MONOPOLISTIC-MONOPSONISTIC COMPETITION: THE MULTI-PRODUCT, MULTI-FACTOR FIRM.
Mauer, William A.; Naylor, Thomas H. // Southern Economic Journal; Jul64, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p38
Focuses on the theory of monopolistic-monopsonistic competition, multi-product and multi-factor firm in the U.S. Strategies for profit maximization of the firm; Derivatives of the price functions; Economic interpretation of marginal revenue.
- Rational Expectations and Price Rigidity in a Monopolistically Competitive Market.
Nishimura, Kiyohiko G. // Review of Economic Studies; Apr86, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p283
This paper analyses monopolistically competitive markets under incomplete information, facing unanticipated disturbances. Firms determine their prices before they have information about other firms' prices, and form their expectations about the average price rationally. If the market becomes...
- Power brokers.
Kriz, Margaret // National Journal; 11/30/96, Vol. 28 Issue 48, p2594
Analyzes the effects of monopolistic competition in the electric utilities market in the United States. Decrease in electricity costs; Threats to the reliability of electric service; Beneficiary of increased competition; Guaranty for cheaper electricity to customers of Massachusetts Electric.
- The right to byte.
Goldman, Debra // Adweek Eastern Edition; 5/25/1998, Vol. 39 Issue 21, p34
Criticizes Microsoft Corp. for monopolizing the computer industry. Absence of customer choice as reason for Microsoft's dominance; Irradication of customer choices due to Microsoft's ability to swallow competition; Drawbacks of the establishing the company as public utility; Microsoft's...
- China Telecom: The competitive monopoly.
Bromby, Robin // Telecommunications - International Edition; Dec97, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p32
Reports on the competitive monopoly in the telecommunications industry in Asia. China Telecom Ltd. as Asia's one of the most successful installer of lines; Effects of the liberalization of cellular companies; Dominant position of China Telecom.
- Competition spreads to the region's smallest markets.
Mahmood, Azam; Lynch, Grahame // Telecom Asia; Mar99, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p22
Focuses on the competitive environment in Asia's small telecommunication markets. Nepal's deregulation of its telecommunication sector; Prevalence of monopolistic competition; Opening of the telecommunication markets in Vanuatu and Fiji to private firms.
- Research notes.
Mahmood, Azam; Lynch, Grahame // International Advances in Economic Research; Aug97, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p328
Presents a summary of the article `Subgame-Perfect Equilibrium in a Two-Stage Monopoly Market Game,' by Eleanor T. Von Ende and Klaus G. Becker. Single-product natural monopoly game.
- IDENTIFYING MONOPOLISTS' ILLEGAL CONDUCT UNDER THE SHERMAN ACT.
Piraino Jr., Thomas A. // New York University Law Review; Oct2000, Vol. 75 Issue 4, p809
Proposes a standard approach to the law on monopolists' conduct in the United States. Economic effects of monopolies; Details on the federal court's failure to develop an effective Section 2 standard of the Sherman Act; Application of the proposed approach to specific types of conduct.
- Monopolistic competition with firm-specific costs.
Montagna, Catia // Oxford Economic Papers; Apr95, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p318
Extends a Dixit-Stiglitz model of monopolistic competition to allow for technical heterogeneity amongst firms. Random process generation of the dispersion of firms' technical efficiency within the industry which is shown to lead to a steady-state spectrum of profits and market shares;...
- Monopoly case backlog draws fire.
Johnstone, Chris // Prague Business Journal; 4/8/2002, Vol. 7 Issue 14, p1
Reports on the competence of the Czech Office for the Protection of Economic Competition on investigating the monopoly case in Prague, Czech Republic. Role of the office's Chairman Josef BednÃ¡Å™ on the investigation; Inability of the office to cope with the workload; Crown cases under...
- ON EFFICIENCY OF PRODUCTION UNDER CONDITIONS OF IMPERFECT COMPETITION.
Ohta, H. // Southern Economic Journal; Oct76, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p1124
The present paper will provide a formal-new proof of the Greenhut proposition based on certain particular behavioral assumptions which may be called intralocal competition
la Cournot and interlocal competition la L sch. However, the related theories of Demsetz and Dewey warrant...
- THE IMPACT OF PRODUCT-MARKET CONCENTRATION ON INTER-INDUSTRY WAGE BEHAVIOR: UNITED STATES MANUFACTURING, 1947-1961.
Allen, Bruce Templeton // American Economist; Fall67, Vol. 11 Issue 2
Examines the hypothesis that wages rise more rapidly in monopolistic than in competitive industries. History of the market structure proposition; Regressions of annual and cyclical changes in average hourly earnings; Restoration of the prewar inter-industry wage structure.
- COMMENTS ON CHAMBERLIN'S ANALYSIS OF MONOPOLISTIC COMPETITION.
Atkinson, Paul E. // American Economist; Spring72, Vol. 16 Issue 1
Comments on the hypothesis made by Chamberlin on his analysis of monopolistic competition. Characteristics of the demand curves considered by Chamberlin; Failure to consider the two major determinants of a firm's behavior.
- Consumer's surplus in monopolistic competition a la Dixit...
Sinha, Deepak K. // Atlantic Economic Journal; Dec95, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p333
Looks at momopolistic competition in consumer surpluses.
- Network Externalities and the Overprovision of Quality by a Monopolist.
Lambertini, Luca; Orsini, Raimondello // Southern Economic Journal; Apr2001, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p969
Investigates the behavior of a monopolist supplying a vertically differentiated good with network externalities. Convex unit cost of quality improvements; Derivation and comparison of the monopoly equilibrium and social optimum; Comparison of the choices of social planner with those of the...
- EMERGING COMPETITIVE FORCES IN INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS: SATELLITES AND CABLES.
Forrest, Herbert E.; Burch, Dean; Dawson, Mimi Weyforth; Dingell, John D.; Dougan, Diana Lady; Delorme, Jean-Claude // Antitrust Law Journal; 1985, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p235
Presents the text of the panel discussion dealing on the emerging competitive forces in international communications presented by members of the American Bar Association and personnel within the telecommunication sector in the U.S.
- PART II: THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME: NEW PROPOSALS, NEW TECHNOLOGIES, NEW COMPETITION, ANTITRUST IMPLICATIONS, AND SOME OF THE PLAYERS.
Boone Jr., Robert E.; Jacobsen, Richard K.; Leive, David M.; Landman, Fred; Vizas II, Christopher J. // Antitrust Law Journal; 1985, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p259
Presents the text of the panel discussion presented by personnel within the telecommunication sector which dealt on the antitrust implications of the emerging competition in the international communication in the U.S.
- Telecom policy to protect against monopolistic practices.
Boone Jr., Robert E.; Jacobsen, Richard K.; Leive, David M.; Landman, Fred; Vizas II, Christopher J. // Technology Times; 1/4/2016, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p1
The article reports on the decision of the Pakistani government to develop competition guidelines in the country's 2015 telecommunication policy to prevent monopoly and mentions an overview of the 2015 telecommunication policy.
- The light at the end of the tunnel vs. the fog.
Hundt, Reed // Vital Speeches of the Day; 09/15/97, Vol. 63 Issue 23, p706
Presents a speech by the US Federal Communications Commission Chairman, given before the American Enterprise Institute in August 1997, dealing with the issue of telecommunications deregulation. Replacement of monopoly in communications with a commitment to competition; Problems posed by the...
- Monopolistic Competition (Book Review).
Booker, Marshall // Southern Economic Journal; Jan68, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p432
Reviews the book 'Monopolistic Competition Theory: Studies in Impact,' edited by Robert E. Kuenne.
- Equilibrium in a market with intermediation is Walrasian.
Wooders, John // Review of Economic Design; 1997, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p75
We show that a profit maximizing monopolistic intermediary may behave approximately like a Walrasian auctioneer by setting bid and ask prices nearly equal to Walrasian equilibrium prices. In our model agents choose to trade either through the intermediary or privately. Buyers (sellers) trading...
- c is for competition.
Cook, Richard; Marks, Susan J. // ColoradoBiz; Aug2000, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p34
Presents information on several competitive local exchange carriers (CLEC) for telecommunication needs in Colorado. Discussion on the Telecommunications Act of 1996 and the prevalence of long-distance interstate telecommunication services; Details on the problems encountered by telecommunication...
- Export quotas versus export tariffs in the presence of...
Yeh, Yeong-Her // Atlantic Economic Journal; Jun97, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p207
Shows export quotas and export tariffs are different in their economic effects when there is domestic monopoly. Curves of export quotas versus export tariffs in small and large countries; Conclusion.
- Monopolization--Certificate of Need--Huron Valley Hosp. v. City of Pontiac.
Yeh, Yeong-Her // American Journal of Law & Medicine; 1988, Vol. 14 Issue 2/3, p293
Discusses the court ruling in the antitrust case between Huron Valley Hospital and the City of Pontiac, Michigan. Decision by the U.S. State Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit to uphold summary judgment in favor of the defendants regarding monopolization claims; Failure of the hospital to...
- The real losers in the Browser Wars.
Dern, Daniel P. // Business Communications Review; Feb97, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p37
Focuses on the monopolistic competition among Internet service providers. Characteristics of browser products; Criticisms of the marketing strategies employed by Microsoft and Netscape; Suggestions to ensure survival of productive browser users; Casualties of the Browser Wars.
- SATELLITE WAR.
Dern, Daniel P. // Business Mexico; Nov2002, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p14
Reports on the accusation of Controladora Satelital against Satmex on gaming rules in the satellite market in Mexico. Establishment of monopolistic practice; Demands for equal treatment in the market; Complains on the authorization of foreign competitors in the market.
Chamberlin, Edward H. // Quarterly Journal of Economics; Aug39, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p642
Presents a reply to comments on an article on the monopoly supply curve. Relationship of prices to supply; Definition of the supply curve; Significance of the law of supply and demand.
- Bertrand-Edgeworth Oligopoly in Large Markets.
Allen, Beth; Hellwig, Martin // Review of Economic Studies; Apr86, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p175
The relation between perfectly competitive and monopolistically competitive equilibria is analysed for a Bertrand-Edgeworth model of a single market in which capacity constrained firms choose prices as strategies. The market ways has a Nash equilibrium in pure or mixed strategies. As the number...