Industry Structure and Pricing: The New Rivalry in Infrastructure extends current economic models by incorporating effects of actual and potential rivalry in markets outside the markets of immediate interest. Focusing on the contestable model, the author shows how diverse patterns of actual and potential rivalry, called multilateral rivalry or MLR, affect the appropriateness of many regulatory policies. It is specifically shown that many conclusions of the contestability literature are overly generous to firms that might want to protect or extend their monopoly positions. While this book's refinement to existing economic theory gives strong results, it is still based on static production functions and demands - integrated to provide a dynamic view of multilateral rivalry.Adapting to the new forms of rivalry and collaboration is also a challenge for telecommunications companies. Because products are ... Home (formerly At Home) the exclusive online service for ATaamp;Ta#39;s cable customers through the year 2002. ATaamp;T also obtained ... Home relationship is in the way.a A third challenge for ... PCS service.a BellSouth offers a single bill for wireless, Internet, and wireline products.
|Title||:||Industry Structure and Pricing|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-03-09|