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We study the incentives of national retail chains to adopt national (uniform) prices across local markets that differ in size and competition intensity. In addition to price, the chains may also compete along a quality dimension, and quality is always set locally. We show that absent quality...
Standard‐essential patents (SEPs) have become a key element of technical coordination via standard‐setting organizations. Yet, in many cases, it remains unclear whether a declared SEP is truly standard‐essential. To date, there is no automated procedure that allows for a scalable and objective...
We explore the supply chain problem of a downstream durable goods monopolist, who chooses one of the following trading modes: an exclusive supply chain with an incumbent supplier or an open supply chain, allowing the monopolist to trade with a new efficient entrant in the future. The expected...
Research on the location choice of foreign direct investment (FDI) focuses on the choice between countries. The within‐country location choice is either not analyzed at all or restricted to greenfield investments only. The majority of FDI, however, takes the form of cross‐border mergers and...
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