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Behavioral explanations for asymmetric price competition
|Series||Working Paper -- no.98-123|
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Asymmetric price competition in consumer packaged goods is a well-known phenomenon. Researchers have proposed three behavioral explanations: (1) heterogeneity in consumer preference, (2) the Author: Makoto Abe. T1 - Asymmetric price competition and store vs national brand choice.
AU - Aggarwal, Praveen. AU - Cha, Taihoon. PY - /6/1. Y1 - /6/1. N2 - Sales and market share of store brands have been growing significantly at the expense of national brands.
The decision to purchase a store brand or a national brand has been modeled in this by: Behavioral economics studies the effects of psychological, cognitive, emotional, cultural and social factors on the decisions of individuals and institutions and how those decisions vary from those implied by classical economic theory.
Behavioral economics is primarily concerned with the bounds of rationality of economic oral models typically integrate insights from. Behavioral Explanations for Asymmetric Price Competition Jan 1, Makoto Abe,Examines three behavioral explanations for the well-known phenomenon of asymmetric price competition; finds that this pattern arises mainly from the loss aversion effect (i.e., that the same price cut is perceived to be more favorable for high quality.
"Behavioral Explanations of Asymmetric Price Competition," Marketing Science Institute Publication Series, No, "Measuring Consumer, Nonlinear Brand Choice Response to Price," Journal of Retailing, 74(4), ‘The Making of Behavioral Economics’ should have clued me in to this book being more of a history.
Luckily, I enjoy history and biographies, and as I said above, he is a very talented writer. One of the first things that stuck out to me was how long he as been in the field. His book starts inwith him as a grad student/5.
Interspecific competition (like intra-specific competition) is frequently highly asymmetric - the consequences are often not the same for both species. For instance, with Connell's barnacles, Balanus excluded Chthamalus from their zone of potential overlap, but any effect of Chthamalus on Balanus was negligible: Balanus was limited by its own sensitivity to desiccation.
Blume () develops a theory of duopoly price competition with asymmetric (constant) marginal costs, homogenous products, and continuous strategy space and shows that there exists an equilibrium in undominated strategies in which the.
Asymmetric Price E ects of Competition Saul Lachy The Hebrew University and CEPR Jos e L. Moraga-Gonz alezz Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Decem Abstract In markets where price dispersion is prevalent the relevant question is not what happens to the price when the number of rms changes but, instead, what happens to the whole.
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Boone et al. () study asymmetric price competition in duopoly and triopoly markets. They explore two types of triopoly markets: one in which all.
A Behavioral Explanation for Opaque Selling Tingliang Huang following explanations: to price discriminate heterogeneous consumers, to reduce supply-demand mismatches, price competition and increase the industry pro ts even in the absence of consumer heterogene-ity.
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Gravity. Created by. Vandila. Terms in this set (44) asymmetric competition. Ecological competition between two species in which one species suffers a much greater fitness decline than the other. possible explanations for downward price rigidity.7 Examples of studies that employ search cost hypotheses to explain price rigidities include Fishman (), Yang and Ye (), Tappata (), Lewis (), and Cabral and Fishman ().
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This vital text highlights best practices in behavioral operations research and identifies the most current. "The Indirect Impact of Price Deals on Households’ Purchase Decisions Through the Formation of Expected Future Prices," Journal of Retailing, Elsevier, vol.
88(1), pages Makoto Abe, "Investigating Behavioral Explanations for Asymmetric Price Competition," CIRJE F-Series CIRJE-F, CIRJE, Faculty of Economics, University of Tokyo. The current book under review, "Contending Economic Theories: Neoclassical, Keynesian, and Marxian" published by MIT Press, is an extension of their previous book.
The importance of "Economics: Marxian versus Neoclassical" was that it offered an impressive introduction and intermediate level presentation to both neoclassical microeconomics and Cited by: of asymmetric competition, we can operationalize competitive asymmetry on the basis of the research question under study.
When examining multimar-ket competition, we might theorize that competi-tive asymmetry exists if Firm A has operations in a subset of markets in which Firm B has operations (e.g., Gimeno and Woo, ).
Thus, competi-File Size: KB. Robert Novy-Marx’s paper “The Other Side of Value: The Gross Profitability Premium” not only provided investors with new insights into the cross-section of stock returns, but also helped further explain some of Warren Buffett’s superior performance.
(Wes Gray summarized that paper here.)) His study built upon the paper “Profitability, Investment and Average Returns” by. principle, account for such asymmetric pass-throughŠ even with perfect competition. From a policy perspective, knowledge of cost pass-through patterns in a market does not allow for strong inferences on the intensity of competition.
Keywords: Asymmetric price transmission, cost pass-through, electricity markets, price theory, rockets and feathersFile Size: KB.Other articles dealing with price discrimination in asymmetric duopolies have results directly comparable with the ones of this paper.
As pointed out by Chen (), the eﬀects of dynamic price discrimination change substantially from symmetric to asymmetric markets. In a considerably diﬀerent approach from ∗ ∗Cited by: 1.UEA. She has substantial practical experience in applying competition and consumer law as Chief Economist of the UK Office of Fair Trading from Her research interests include the implications of behavioural economics for competition and consumer policy.