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Industrial Competition

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Navigating the M&A Landscape: Financial Sponsor Backing, Innovation, and Legal Disputes

Published: April 24, 2024 00:00

Mergers and acquisitions (M&As) are one of the major ways through which corporate assets change owners. This reallocation mechanism represents an important instrument to ensure the efficient use of assets and the associated post-merger integration process…

Personalization and Privacy Choice

Published: April 16, 2024 00:00

This paper studies consumers’ privacy choices when firms can use their data to make personalized offers. We first introduce a general framework of personalization and privacy choice, and then apply it to personalized recommendations, personalized prices,…

Tying with Network Effects

Published: April 11, 2024 00:00

We develop a leverage theory of tying in markets with network effects. When a monopolist in one market cannot perfectly extract surplus from consumers, tying can be a mechanism through which unexploited consumer surplus is used as a demand-side leverage to…

Classical Competition and Equilibrium: An Agent-Based Analysis

Published: April 9, 2024 00:00

In A Mathematical Formulation of the Ricardian System, Pasinetti (1960) lays out the foundations of what has been dubbed the canonical classical model. He proves the model to be logically consistent and determinate in all its macro-economic features, and…

Bank Mergers and Acquisitions, and De Novo Bank Formation: Implications for the Future of the Banking System: A speech at A Workshop on the Future of Banking, hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Kansas City, Missouri., April 2, 2024

Published: April 2, 2024 00:00

Public procurement can hinder innovation

Published: March 29, 2024 00:00

Public procurement accounts for 15 to 20 percent of global GDP and is considered an effective innovation policy. However, the detrimental effects of non-innovative public procurement - public procurement tenders awarded solely based on their price - on…

The Economics of the Cloud

Published: March 28, 2024 00:00

The aim of this report is to present the main facets of the development of cloud services, its economics and the related policy issues. We begin by surveying the sector, its growth and the significant increase in concentration in recent years. We then…

Are Cartels Forever? Global Evidence Using Quantile Regression Analysis

Published: March 23, 2024 00:00

The longevity of cartels has been a highly contested topic among economists and managers, with numerous researchers arguing that cartels are inherently unstable and their endurance is usually short-lived. Understanding the main factors that influence a…