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Intégration verticale et rendements décroissants

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  • Michel Moreaux
  • Claude Crampes

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[fre] Dans cet article, on étudie les conséquences d'un relâchement de l'hypothèse de rendements constants dans une industrie aval, lorsqu'on compare une filière industrielle organisée en deux secteurs distincts (un monopole amont, entreprises concur­rentielles en aval) d'une part, et un seul secteur totalement intégré d'autre part. [eng] Vertical integration and decreasing returns . Claude Crampes, Michel Moreaux. In this paper, we study the consequences, of relaxing the usual constant returns to scale assumption in the downstream industry, when we compare two alternative organizational modela of production : first an upstream reuni monopolist facing competitive downstream firms, and second a merger of the two production stages.

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  • Michel Moreaux & Claude Crampes, 1985. "Intégration verticale et rendements décroissants," Revue Économique, Programme National Persée, vol. 36(4), pages 669-686.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:reveco:reco_0035-2764_1985_num_36_4_408863
    Note: DOI:10.3406/reco.1985.408863
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