Some Economics of Predatory Pricing

by Don Boudreaux on December 5, 2011

in Antitrust, Competition, Complexity & Emergence, Myths and Fallacies, Prices

I’ve gotten a few e-mails over the past day or so encouraging me to post more on predatory pricing.  I’ll do so.  Now, though, I am on the road for a speaking engagement and have too little time today to post more than links to these three papers.

The first is here.  (I’ll do my best later to find and post a link to an ungated version.)

The second is linked here.

I end this post with a link to this important paper from 2001 by Ken Elzinga and David Mills, two of today’s leading scholars on the topic of predatory pricing.


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