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    Title: Input Pricing and Market Share Delegation in a Vertically Related Market: Is the Timing Order Relevant?
    Authors: 王雅津(Ya-Chin Wang)
    Leonard F.S.Wang
    Keywords: Vertical Externality
    Input Pricing
    Market-share Delegation
    Timing Order
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2009-11-15 02:04:29 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This paper examines whether market-share delegation and the order of moves affect input
    pricing. It shows that: (i) input pricing is irrelevant of delegation form and the order of move
    between upstream and downstream firms under quantity competition; (ii) downstream firms
    obtain the same profit as in the simple Nash equilibrium regardless of delegation forms in a
    delegation–input price–quantity competition game; and (iii) the upstream monopolist will
    commit input price regardless of the form of delegation. Input pricing strategy of the
    upstream monopolist will lessen the problem of vertical externality.
    Relation: International Journal of the Economics of Business
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