English, Article edition: Threat of Exit as a Source of Bargaining Power Fabian Bergès; Claire Chambolle

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  • Threat of Exit as a Source of Bargaining Power
Author
  • Fabian Bergès
  • Claire Chambolle
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  • This article analyzes a simple two-period model where two homogenous manufacturers compete to supply a monopolist retailer. We show that if manufacturers are vulnerable (i.e if they are likely to exit the market in case of insufficient orders in the first period), they may exploit their threat of exit to capture the whole first period industry profit. Indeed, the retailer will accept to pay the high price to the manufacturers in order to secure upstream competition in the second period. Results are robust under different market structures or contract types. JEL Classification ? L14, D21, Q12.
  • bargaining power, market entry, vertical contract
  • RePEc:cai:reldbu:rel_753_0353
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  • English
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