Exclusive dealing contract and inefficient entry threat.

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Noriyuki Yanagawa; Ryoko Oki;
  • Journal: Economics Bulletin,volume 30,issue 3,pages2,478-2,485
  • Subject: Exclusive Dealing, Entry Threat, Vertical Restraint, Antitrust
    • jel: jel:L4 | jel:L1

This paper examines the effects of exclusive dealing contracts in a simple model with manufacturers-distributors relations. We consider entrants in both manufacturing and distribution sectors. It is well-known that a potential entry threat is welfare increasing under ho... View more
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