Selling Complementary Goods: Dynamics, Efficiency and Revenue

ICALP, 2017.

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Abstract:

We consider a price competition between two sellers of perfect-complement goods. Each seller posts a price for the good it sells, but the demand is determined according to the sum of prices. This is a classic model by Cournot (1838), who showed that in this setting a monopoly that sells both goods is better for the society than two compet...More

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