2 edition of Foundation of dynamic monopoly and the Coase conjecture found in the catalog.
Foundation of dynamic monopoly and the Coase conjecture
1985 by Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences, Stanford University in Stanford, Calif .
Written in English
|Statement||by Faruk Gul, Hugo Sonnenschein and Robert Wilson.|
|Series||Economics series / Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences, Stanford University, Technical report / Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences, Stanford University -- no. 468, Technical report (Stanford University. Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences) -- no. 468., Economics series (Stanford University. Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences)|
|Contributions||Sonnenschein, Hugo., Wilson, Robert B.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||41 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||41|
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Eisingen Gul Faruk / Sonnenschein Hugo / Wilson Robert () Foundation of Dynamic Monopoly and the Coase Conjecture in: Journal of Economic Theory Vol. 39 pp. Cited by: 1. "Foundations of dynamic monopoly and the coase conjecture," Journal of Economic Theory, Elsevier, vol.
39(1), pagesJune. Faruk Gul & Hugo Sonnenschein & Robert Wilson, " Foundations of Dynamic Monopoly and the Coase Conjecture," Levine's Working Paper ArchiveDavid K.
Levine. "Foundations of dynamic monopoly and the coase conjecture," Journal of Economic Theory, Elsevier, vol. 39(1), pagesJune. Faruk Gul & Hugo Sonnenschein & Robert Wilson, " Foundations of Dynamic Monopoly and the Coase Conjecture,".
The paper analyzes a durable goods monopoly problem in which multiple varieties can be sold. A robust Coase conjecture establishes that the market eventually clears, with profits exceeding static. The Coase conjecture () is the proposition that a durable-goods monopolist, who sells over time and can quickly reduce prices as sales are made, will price at marginal cost.
Foundation of Dynamic Monopoly and the Coase Conjecture; Faruk Gul, Hugo Sonnenschein and Robert B. Wilson; Stanford Institute for Mathematical Studies in the Social Sciences (Economic Series) Technical Report, We review a class of models in industrial organization theory, in which consumers’ foresight takes an important role.
As Coase (J Law Econ –, ) makes clear, the foresight of consumers may restrain the power of monopolists and oligopolists, especially when the goods are durable and the firms lack the ability to commit to future prices and/or by: 2. Coase’s () conjecture regarding durable goods monopoly.
In this context, the firm is a monopoly supplier of its own debt, and creditors’ valuation of the debt depends on the total quantity supplied. In our model, as Coase conjectured, the debt price falls to the marginal (after. Foundations of Dynamic Monopoly and the Coase Conjecture Bargaining and MarketsPerfect equilibrium in a Bargaining ModelA Bargaining Model with Incomplete Information about Time Preferences There is a literature on the Coase conjecture, building on models of consumers who have the possibility of intertemporal substitution and are endowed with foresight, 1 See e.g.
Tirole () for repeated-games models of dynamic oligopoly, and Fudenberg and. South East European Journal of Economics and Business The Journal of University of Sarajevo. Hugo / Wilson, Robert (), Foundation of Dynamic Monopoly and the Coase Conjecture, in: Journal of Economic Theory, Vol.
39,pp. South East European Journal of Economics and Business, Volume 5, Issue 1, Pages 25–38, Cited by: 1. looking consumers is easier to sustain than collusion in the text-book model. Introduction The Coase conjecture, Coase (), stipulates that a monopolist selling a new durable good cannot credibly commit to the monopoly price, because once this price has been announced, the monopolist will have an incentive to reduce his price in orderCited by: 5.
Decentralised Bilateral Trading in a Market with Incomplete Information Kalyan Chatterjee1 Kaustav Das23 this has also been part of the development of the foundations of dynamic monopoly and the 1. Coase conjecture.
Other, more complicated, models of. This section provides a list of textbooks and supplementary readings for the course along with the schedule of readings by session. When you click the Amazon logo to the left of any citation and purchase the book (or F., H.
Sonnenschein, and Robert Wilson. "Foundations of Dynamic Monopoly and the Coase Conjecture." Journal of Economic. South East European Journal of Economics and Business. previous purchasers, as stated theoretically in the Coase conjecture. Słowa kluczowe. (), Foundation of Dynamic Monopoly and the Coase Conjecture, in: Journal of Economic Theory, Vol.
39,pp. This volume collects papers from Hugo Sonnenschein's students with the aim of demonstrating his tremendous impact as an advisor. The papers span decades, with the earliest coming from his advisees in the first years of his career and the most recent coming in the last two years after his return to research and advising that followed his adventures as a university administrator.
2The “Coase conjecture” relevant here is the bargaining version of the dynamic monopoly problem, namely that if an uninformed seller (who is the only player making oﬀers) has a valuation strictly below the informed buyer’s lowest possible valuation, the unique sequential equilibrium as the seller is allowed to.
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39 (July ), pp. Reprinted in: Peter B. Linhart, Roy Radner, and Mark A. Satterthwaite (eds.), Bargaining with Incomplete Information, Chap pp.Academic Press, San Diego, Robert Wilson is the Adams Distinguished Professor of Management, Emeritus, at the Stanford Business School, where he has been on the faculty since His research and teaching are on market design, pricing, negotiation, and related topics concerning industrial organization and information economics.
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We focus on the dynamic problem that emerges. A robust resolution of Newcomb’s paradox Theory Dec. A robust resolution of Newcomb's paradox Thomas A. Weber 0 0 Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, CDM-ODYStation 5, Lausanne, Switzerland Newcomb's problem is viewed as a dynamic game with an agent and a superior being as by: 1.
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“Product Quality in Durable Goods Monopoly and the Coase Conjecture,” presented at the Winter meetings of the Econometric Society, Washington D.C., “The Generalized Principal Agent Problem and Optimal Monitoring: A First Order. Approach,” presented at the Winter Meetings of Econometric Society, Atlanta, “An Experimental Investigation of Coase’s Conjecture on Durable-Goods Monopoly Pricing”, Charles A.
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Rational expectations equilibrium solutions are constructed and then tested experimentally with subjects assigned the roles of sellers and buyers. We investigate behavior in two between-subject conditions with high and Cited by: 2.
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This, in turn, leads to the problem of time inconsistency, or dynamic inconsistency. The problem was first identified by Coase, who conjectured that the forward-looking nature of strategic consumers may imply that a monopoly producer of durable goods 2 cannot extract monopoly rents.
To understand this, consider the simple setting of a Cited by: Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Book Committee, 6 Committee on Economic Stability, 6 Institute for Research on Poverty, 6 Irwin Friend Study, University of Pennsylvania, 1 of 4 folders 6 Irwin Friend Study, University of Pennsylvania, of 4 folders 7 Madow Committee, 7 MIT Policy.
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Of course, as with the Coase Conjecture, this strategy is not subgame perfect. Two bidders without a commitment to a single bid will not in.Goals / Objectives The goal of this study is to establish a precise definition of competitiveness within a model of economic behavior and to assess and evaluate the economic impacts of changes in global competitiveness of U.S.
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