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This paper provides an economic analysis of recent vertical and horizontal mergers in the U.S. industry for audiovisual … media content, including the AT&T-Time Warner and the Disney-Fox mergers. Using a theory-driven approach, we examine … economic effects of these types of mergers on market competition, focusing on digital media content distribution. In doing so …
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of whether upstream or downstream firms have all the bargaining power. We then analyse two alternative mergers, and show … upstream mergers have the same effects when contracts are observable. …
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In this paper, we propose a model that provides an interpretation to the high concentration of the retail industry in the convenience goods market by comparing the incentives to merge of producers to those of retailers.
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that increased vertical mergers in food industries would lower profits. …
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This paper evaluates the incentive of firms to vertically integrate in a simple 2X2 Bertrand model of two substitutes that are each comprised of two complementary components. It confirms that all prices fall as a result of a vertical merger. Further, we find that, when the composite goods are...
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This paper provides an economic analysis of recent vertical and horizontal mergers in the U.S. industry for audiovisual … media content, including the AT&T-Time Warner and the Disney-Fox mergers. Using a theory-driven approach, we examine … economic effects of these types of mergers on market competition, focusing on digital media content distribution. In doing so …
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