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Poder de Mercado en las Profesiones Autorreguladas: El Desempeño Médico en Argentina

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  • Evelyn Vezza

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    La naturaleza potencialmente anticompetitiva de las prácticas impartidas desde las organizaciones de profesionales ha sido racionalizada por la literatura económica y ha ocupado un lugar no menor en la agenda de los organismos de defensa de la competencia. Sin embargo, la economía empírica carece de estudios sobre el ejercicio profesional autorregulado. Este trabajo relaciona los mercados de servicios profesionales con los modelos de diferenciación vertical y emplea un modelo Logit Mixto para evaluar la conducta del desempeño médico en Argentina. La evidencia hallada sugiere la existencia de algún acuerdo de precios.

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    Paper provided by CEDLAS, Universidad Nacional de La Plata in its series CEDLAS, Working Papers with number 0016.

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    Length: 30 pages
    Date of creation: Dec 2004
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    Keywords: profesiones autorreguladas; diferenciación vertical del producto; Logit Mixto; self-regulated professions; vertical product differentiation; Mixed Logit.;

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