DOI:10.1007/BF00174411
Corpus ID: 153513651
Mixed duopoly, inefficiency, and public ownership
K. George, M. Manna
Published 1996
Business

Review of Industrial Organization
If a publicly-owned firm has a higher marginal cost than a private firm, partial public ownership may be welfare-improving, if the public firm acts is Stackelberg leader. If the private firm's… Expand
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