Essays in Competition with Product Differentiation and Bargaining in Markets
AbstractThe fourth essay uses bargaining theory and compares the outcome of a negotiation in two differently organized markets. In the first market, sellers simultaneously offer their good or service for sale. In the second market, sellers queue and offer their good or service sequentially for sale. Relevant markets are the taxi market and the inland waterways transport markets.
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