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Excel Sheet for Stackelberg Duopoly



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In this sheet we set up a basic Stackelberg duopoly with linear demands and constant marginal costs. The contruction is described along with potential exercises in Devon Gorry and John Gilbert "Numerical Simulations of Competition in Quantities" (International Review of Economics Education).

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  • Devon Gorry & John Gilbert, 2014. "Excel Sheet for Stackelberg Duopoly," Excel Models for Industrial Organization 201404, Utah State University, Department of Economics and Finance.
  • Handle: RePEc:uth:exclio:201404

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