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Access price regulation facilitates strategic transfer pricing
(Working Paper2005:60, Working paper, 2005-10)
Access price regulation is used in telecommunications to prevent that a vertically integrated firm, that controls an essential input, raises the rivals` costs. When the authorities remove the access price as a strategic ...
Why are mobile voice calls so expensive when abroad?
(Working paper2007:37, Working paper, 2007-11)
Mobile phone usage when traveling abroad is expensive. We show that the more firms enter the market - which may lower domestic voice call prices - the higher wholesale and retail prices for mobile usage abroad may become.
Managerial incentives and access price regulation
(Working paper2004:46, Working paper, 2004-10)
Policy makers have identified the non-discrimination principle as a key instrument to regulate vertically integrated firms in control of upstream bottlenecks. Economists argue that the non-discrimination principle may ...