Price Competition and Market COncentration: An Experimental Study
M. Dufwenberg and
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The classical price competition model (named after Bertrand) prescribes that in equilibrium prices are equal to marginal costs. Moreover, prices do not depend on the number of competitors. Since this outcome is not in line with real-life observations, it is known as the "Bertrand Paradox". Many theoretical problems with the original model have been considered as an explanation of the paradox in the literature.
Keywords: PRICES; COMPETITION; MARKETS (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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