Leader, Or Just Dominant? The Dominant-Firm Model Revisited
I revisit the dominant-firm model and discuss its implicit assumption of a sequential move structure. I argue that a simultaneous move structure is often more reasonable and derive an alternative formulation of the model based on this approach.
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