Fulfilled Expectations Cournot Duopoly with Information Acquisition and Release
AbstractThis article studies the fulfilled expectations equilibrium for a Cournot duopoly model in which firms acquire information about uncertain linear demand. Several propositions are established concerning the incentives to acquire and release information in this duopoly environment.
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