Foreign Monopoly and Trade Policy under Segmented and Integrated Markets
This paper sets a single monopoly model and examines the effects of various trade policies on domestic, foreign and world economies under both segmented and integrated markets. In the segmented-markets case, the spillover effects which stem from non-constant marginal costs are explicitly dealt with. In the integrated-markets case, trade policies are examined in two different notions of market integration. Whether the markets are segmented or integrated, trade restrictions taken by one country may benefit the other country and/or the world economy. An application of the analysis is also given in the context of trade and environment.
|Length:||33,  p.|
|Date of creation:||Aug 1998|
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|Note:||This Version: August 10, 1998 (First Draft: June 8, 1998), 分離された市場および統合された市場における外国の独占と貿易政策|
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