Monopoly and the preemption of competitive recycling
AbstractOn Demontre Qu'un Producteur D'un Materiau Recyclable Detenant une Position de Monopoleur Cherchera a Empecher L'entree Dans le Marche de Firmes Concurrentielles de Recyclage, a Moins Que le Cout du Recyclage Soit Tres Faible Par Rapport au Cout de Production du Materiau Primaire. on Demontre Egalement Que la Seule Menace D'entree, Meme Si Elle N'est Pas Mise a Execution Peut Faire Augmenter le Prix Au-Dessus du Niveau Qui Aurait Prevalu En L'absence D'une Telle Menace.
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Volume (Year): 6 (1988)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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- Hollander, A. & Lasserre, P., 1984. "Monopoly and the Preemption of Competitive Recycling," Cahiers de recherche 8428, Universite de Montreal, Departement de sciences economiques.
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