Edited by Joseph E. Harrington Jr and Yannis Katsoulacos
Bringing scholars and policymakers to the frontiers of research and addressing the critical issues of the day, the book presents original important new theoretical and empirical results. The distinguished contributors include: P. Agrel, K. Alexander, J. Crémer, X. Dassiou, G. Deltas, F. Etro, L. Filistrucchi, P. Fotis, M. Gilli, J. Harrington Jr, T. Huertas, M. Ivaldi, B. Jullien, V. Marques, M. Peitz, Y. Spiegel, E. Tarrantino and G. Wood.
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- Recent Advances in the Analysis of Competition Policy and Regulation
- Chapter 1: Switching Costs and Network Effects in Competition Policy
- Chapter 2: Corporate Leniency with Private Information: An Exploratory Example
- Chapter 3: The Economics of Pending Patents
- Chapter 4: Testing for the Presence of a Maverick in the French Audit Industry
- Chapter 5: Optimal Decisions in Two-stage Bundling
- Chapter 6: Competition Policy and Firm’s Damages
- Chapter 7: Social-Welfare-Enhancing Collusion and Trade
- Chapter 8: A Note on Vertical Search Engines’ Foreclosure
- Chapter 9: Issues in Online Advertising and Competition Policy: A Two-sided Market Perspective
- Chapter 10: Assessing Unilateral Merger Effects in the Dutch Daily Newspaper Market
- Chapter 11: Leadership in Multi-sided Markets and Dominance in Online Advertising
- Chapter 12: Bargaining and Collusion in a Regulatory Model
- Chapter 13: Investment and the Strategic Role of Capital Structure in Regulated Industries: Theory and Evidence
- Chapter 14: Rethinking Regulatory Capture
- Chapter 15: Can Structural Models be Useful to Understand the Electricity Wholesale Markets? An Application to Spain
- Chapter 16: Rebuilding International Financial Regulation and Basel III
- Chapter 17: The Shock of the Old: The First Financial Crisis of the Twenty-first Century
- Chapter 18: Fixing Finance: Are We There Yet?
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