Measuring Market Power

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Daniel Jonathan Slottje
North-Holland, 2002 - Business & Economics - 332 pages
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"The purpose of this book is to introduce the reader to a comprehensive analysis of issues in measuring market power across a variety of countries and for industries within those countries...The question is an important one in determining the economic impact of potential mergers from both efficacy and consumer welfare dimensions. In antitrust litigation the issue also is of paramount importance and in many instances, a case may come down to a finding of whether the firm in question, does in fact, have and exercise market power. Most economists would agree that market power is simply the ability to influence price. How one goes about determining that question, is the interesting part and it is hoped that after reading this book the reader will gain significant insight into how that process works." -- from the Editor's Introduction.

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DANIEL SLOTTJE is a Senior Managing Director in FTI Consulting Inc.'s Forensic and Litigation Consulting practice, and provides consulting services to clients in various industries. He has significant experience in litigation consulting in intellectual property matters, including patent infringement issues, copyrights and trademarks, as well as trade secrets. In addition to advising counsel, he has provided testimony in these and other matters. Dr. Slottje is a Professor of Economics at Southern Methodist University in Dallas and is a former partner in an international consulting firm. He has published more than 120 articles and written several books on economic issues. Dr. Slottje was ranked one of the top three applied econometricians in the world (out of 5,000 people), based on number of published articles in top econometrics journals in 1999. He has been quoted in national newspapers and has appeared on Fox, CBS, and NBC affiliates.

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