Empirical tools and competition analysis: Past progress and current problems
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CitationPakes, Ariel. 2017. “Empirical Tools and Competition Analysis: Past Progress and Current Problems.” International Journal of Industrial Organization 53 (July): 241–266. doi:10.1016/j.ijindorg.2016.04.010.
AbstractI review a subset of the empirical tools available for competition analysis. The tools discussed are those needed for the empirical analysis of; demand, production efficiency, product repositioning, and the evolution of market structure. Where relevant I start with a brief review of tools developed in the 1990s that have recently been incorporated into the analysis of actual policy. The focus is on providing an overview of new developments; both those that are easy to implement, and those that are not quite at that stage yet show promise.
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