Technology Transfer In Oligopolistic Markets With Heterogeneous Goods
In this paper we study technology transfer (TT) in a duopoly model with heterogeneous goods under quantity and price competition. We prove that some but not all the properties of TT under homogeneous goods are preserved in our framework.
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