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  • Compétition pour les paiements : une titanomachie revisitée par la modélisation multi-agents
Author
  • Sandra Deungoue
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  • preprint
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  • L’objet de cette étude est d’analyser le rôle de la commission interbancaire de paiement sur la compétition entre entreprises de cartes de crédit et sur l’utilisation des instruments de paiement. Le caractère souvent multilatéral de cette commission, ainsi que l’impossibilité pour certains commerçants de pratiquer une discrimination entre instruments de paiement ont conduit les autorités de concurrence de différents pays à s’interroger sur la légalité de ces accords ainsi que sur le niveau optimal de ladite commission. En nous servant de la modélisation multi–agents, nous simulons un modèle de compétition bancaire permettant d’observer le niveau du bien-être général ainsi que le degré de compétition sur chaque face du marché pour différentes valeurs de la commission interchange.
  • marchés « à deux faces » ; modélisation multi-agents ; systèmes de paiements
  • RePEc:hal:journl:halshs-00269129_v1
  • The main purpose of this paper is to study the economics of interchange fee in payment card association. The different arrangements for interchange fees and the nosurcharge rule lower the level of competition intensity that would otherwise have occurred and push interchange fees up. In many countries, competition regulators carried out investigations on the lack of transparency and competition in these card-based payment systems, and took measurements for an optimal determination of interchange fees. To help understand and predict the evolution of payment markets, we use an agent-based model that simulates strategic behaviours for different levels of interchange fee. We thus observe the social welfare and the intensity of competition on both the buyer and seller sides of intermediate markets.
  • agent-based models, payment systems, two-sided markets
  • RePEc:gat:wpaper:0810
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  • English
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