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Information goods and endogenous pricing strategies: the case of academic journals
I model journal pricing behavior in a portfolio demand environment and consider how the ongoing transition from print to digital distribution has lead to endogenous changes in pricing behavior.Expand
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Academic Journal Pricing and the Demand of Libraries
The prices of for-profit academic journals have increased rapidly over the past decade (Barbara Albee and Brenda Dingley, 2001). There remains substantial debate as to the explanation for theseExpand
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MARKET POWER AND JOINT DOMINANCE
Market power and joint dominance are examined in U.K. brewing. I assess unilateral and coordinated effects, where the latter is equated with joint dominance, and show how one can distinguish betweenExpand
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Advances in flip chip underfill technology for lead-free component packaging
Lead containing solders have been employed as an interconnecting and surface coating material in many applications for decades. The two driving forces that affect the present and future requirementsExpand
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The prices of for-profit academic journals have increased rapidly over the past decade (
The prices of for-profit academic journals have increased rapidly over the past decade (Barbara Albee and Brenda Dingley, 2001). There remains substantial debate as to the explanation for theseExpand