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Industrial Organization and Pricing Strategies

  1. Limit Pricing and Entry Under Incomplete Information: An Equilibrium Analysis (with John Roberts), Econometrica, 50, 1982, 443‑59.
    • Reprinted in Industrial Organization, edited by Oliver Williamson, London: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1990.
    • Reprinted in The Economics of Information, edited by Steven A. Lippman and John E. Anderson, London: Edward Elgar Publishing, 1994.
    • Reprinted in Readings in Industrial Organization, edited by Luis M.B. Cabral, Oxford: Blackwell Publishers Ltd, 2000.
    • Reprinted in Pricing, edited by Michael Waldman and Justin P Johnson, London: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2007.
  2. Predation, Reputation, and Entry Deterrence (with John Roberts), Journal of Economic Theory, 27, 1982, 280‑312.
    • Reprinted in Antitrust and Competition, edited by Andrew Kleit, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, Ltd, 2005.
    • Reprinted in The Economics of Reputation, edited by Jill J. McCluskey, and Jason Winfree, Edward Elgar Publishing, Ltd, 2017.  
    • Reprinted in Antitrust and Competition, edited by Andrew Kleit, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, Ltd, 2005.
    • Reprinted in The Economics of Marketing, Martin Carter, edited by Mark Casson and Vivek Suneja, Cheltenham: Edgar Elgar Publishing, Ltd., 1998.
    • Reprinted in Readings in Industrial Organization, edited by Luis M.B. Cabral, Oxford: Blackwell Publishers Ltd, 2000.
  3. Price and Advertising Signals of Product Quality (with John Roberts), Journal of Political Economy, 94, 1986, 796-821.
  4. Predatory PricingThe New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economic Theory and Doctrine, J. Eatwell, M. Milgate, and P. Newman (eds.), London: MacMillan Press Ltd., 1988.
  5. Informational Asymmetries, Strategic Behavior and Industrial Organization (with John Roberts), AEA Papers and Proceedings, 77, May 1987, 184-93.
  6. An Essay on Price DiscriminationThe Economics of Imperfect Competition and Employment: Joan Robinson and Beyond, edited by George Feiwel, New York: MacMillan and New York: New York University Press, 1989, 365-86.
    • Reprinted in Deregulating Telecommunications: The Baby Bells’ Case for Competition, R.S. Higgins and P.H. Rubin, eds. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, 1995, 151‑162.
  7. New Theories of Predatory Pricing (with John Roberts), Industrial Structure in the New Industrial Economics, Giacomo Bonanno and Dario Brandolini (eds.), Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1990: 112-37.
  8. Deterring Predation in Telecommunications: Are Line-of-Business Restraints Needed? (with Susan Gates and John Roberts), Managerial and Decision Economics, 16 (July‑August, 1995), 427‑438.
  9. What the Seller Won’t Tell You: Persuasion and Disclosure in MarketsJournal of Economics Perspectives, Spring 2008, 22(2): 115-131.

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