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Production Markets Broker Upstream to Downstream, Balancing Their Volume and Quality Sensitivities to Firms Through an Oriented Market Profile of Signals

White, Harrison C.

Varieties of quality competition across producers are extrapolated out of the two dual forms of perfect competition, oriented upstream and downstream. Only then are general, path-dependent solutions for market derived (which came first in the previous book of 2002). Attention is focused on advanced markets for high ratios of sensitivities between upstream and downstream relations of producers. Parameter identification and estimations identify impacts from substitutability with cross-stream markets as being major only for certain bands of sensitivity ratios, identified within the state space for production market contexts. Illustrative applications are sketched for strategic manipulations and investment decisions and trends in sectors.

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Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy
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Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy, Columbia University
Series
ISERP Working Papers, 04-02
Published Here
August 18, 2010

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April 2004.

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