Predation in Space
Stefano Colombo ()
Spatial Economic Analysis, 2013, vol. 8, issue 1, 9-22
In a spatial economic context, we analyse the incentive to prey of an incumbent facing the potential entrance by a rival. We show that the existence of space modifies the incentive to prey of the incumbent and the resulting equilibrium.
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