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Network Competition and Entry Deterrence∗

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This article analyzes competition between two asymmetric networks, an incumbent and a new entrant. Networks compete in non-linear tariffs and may charge different prices for on-net and off-net calls. Departing from cost-based access pricing allows the incumbent to foreclose the market in a profitable way. If the incumbent benefits from customer inertia, then it has an incentive to insist on the highest possible access markup even if access charges are reciprocal and even in the absence of actual switching costs. If instead the entrant benefits from customer activism, then foreclosure is profitable only when switching costs are ...
Acquisition by Govia Limited of South Central Rail Franchise - The ...
Please note that the full text of the decision can be downloaded by using the link on the right. What follows are extracts regarding the parties, the transaction, jurisidction and decision. The OFT's decision on reference under section 22(2)(a) given on 6 August 2009. Full text of decision published 17 August 2009. PARTIES Govia Limited (Govia) is a joint venture company owned by the Go-Ahead Group plc (Go-Ahead) and Keolis (UK) Limited (a wholly owned subsidiary of Keolis SA). Go-Ahead and Keolis own 65 and 35 per cent of Govia respectively. Go-Ahead is a UK based transport group. It operates train services through its ... market research, surveys and trends
FTC's Google-AdMob Antitrust Checklist
in the FTC’s review of Google-AdMob means the FTC is reconsidering the FTC’s staff recommendation to block Google-AdMob as anti-competitive. Google is cleverly trying to misdirect the focus off Google being the actual #2 in-app mobile advertiser, which is buying the actual #1 AdMob market leader, by talking up the  potential competitive advertising threat of a distant #3 player Quattro being bought by  non-advertising company Apple. To see the big picture and understand the likely outcome here that the FTC will block Google-AdMob, its helpful to run through the FTC’s likely Google-AdMob checklist decision process. market research, surveys and trends


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Network Competition and Entry Deterrence∗
Network Competition and Entry Deterrence∗. Joan Calzada†. Universitat de Barcelona and IREA-PPRE. Tommaso M. Valletti‡. Imperial College London, University ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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