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    Title: Tariff policy and welfare in an international duopoly with consumer-friendly initiative
    Authors: Leonard, F.S.Wang
    Wang, Ya-Chin
    Zhao, Lihong
    Keywords: consumer-friendly initiative
    import tariff, trade liberalization
    trade liberalization
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2012-10-26 14:02:46 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to explore how strategic tariff policy and welfare are affected by the consumer-friendly initiative of foreign exporting firms. We define a firm that is consumer-friendly or non-profit-based if it considers both its own profit and consumer surplus. This paper extends Brander and Spencer by taking the consideration of consumer-friendly firms into an international duopoly, and within such context examining the tariff policy and welfare. The consumer-friendly initiative that leads to trade liberalization is a ‘Win-Win-Win’ solution in the sense that it is not only beneficial for foreign exporting firms, but also for the government and consumers of the importing country.
    Relation: Bulletin of Economic Research
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