By Giovanni Alberto Tabacco
This booklet provides an unique empirical research of the industry constitution of airline urban pair markets, laying off new gentle at the workings of aggressive tactics among corporations. analyzing a cross-section folks airline urban pairs, Tabacco proposes for the 1st time that the will be understood as a usual oligopoly, each one airline marketplace being ruled by means of one to 3 airline vendors despite marketplace measurement. the writer questions the level to which airways intentionally hinder head-to-head pageant inside of urban pair markets, and attracts interesting conclusions approximately aggressive forces from the saw marketplace constitution. Uncovering many of the major company innovations of the airline undefined, the ebook is of rapid relevance to managers and practitioners, in addition to educational economists.
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By deﬁning the airline production process as a transformation of labour, fuel, and ﬂeet-wide seating capacity into available seat-miles and interpreting efﬁciency as the minimisation of the use of those three inputs, Greer (2016) ﬁnds that airlines after the mergers occurred between 2005 and 2013 were no more efﬁcient than in the pre-merger situation. However, the author acknowledges the limitation resulting from the small number of airlines in the used sample. Jia Yan et al. (2016) study how mergers 3 MARKET SIZE, FIRM NUMBERS AND MARKET SHARE ASYMMETRY 45 affect airline fares.
Berry (1992, p. 907 footnote 10). Davies et al. (2011) develop and characterize fully the oligopoly triangle and its properties. In Figs. 4 the diamond in the legend actually correspond to a point (S1, S2). I denote with si the market shares of ﬁrm i-th. 7. The starting point of Sutton’s (1991) bound approach is to deﬁne two broad classes of industries: exogenous sunk costs and endogenous sunk costs industries; then the author develops a theoretical framework for each of the two types of industries in which to analyze the relationship between market size and concentration.