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|Statement||James J. McAndrews and Leonard I. Nakamura|
|Series||Working paper -- no. 89-15, Working paper (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia) -- no. 89-15|
|Contributions||Nakamura, Leonard Isamu|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
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78(1), pagesMars. If duopoly profit with no debt is greater than monopoly profit with entry-deterring debt (Π D (0) > Π M (D̲)), then the incumbent will use no debt and entry is accommodated. (b) Under demand uncertainty, the incumbent cannot deter entry with debt; however, debt holds a strategic advantage because it induces a higher entrant by: 3.
1. Introduction. Consider a model of entry deterrence, such as Eaton and Lipsey (), where an incumbent uses firm specific capital as a means of committing to a this type of model, where capital depreciates after a certain amount of time, potential entrants realize that they will have to compete with the incumbent firm until the incumbent’s capital wears out, because the Cited by: 3.
Barnea, A., R. Haugen, and L. Senbet “A rationale for debt maturity structure and call provisions in the agency theoretic framework.” Journal of Fina Cited by: 7. Entry-Deterring Debt Journal of Money, Credit and Banking,24, (1), View citations (3) See also Working Paper () Where has all the paper gone.
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We document that this expansion has been accompanied by a reduction in long-term debt financing and argue that two large regulatory shocks also contributed to the capital structure change. In addition to affecting financing, the divestiture of AT&T and the Telecommunications Act of both actually served as entry deterrents rather than.
The primary objective of this paper is to show that debt financing reduces the commitment value of firm specific capital, which implies that excessive debt financing can make entry profitable.
"Entry-Deterring Debt," with James J. McAndrews, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (February ). "The Dynamics of Credit Markets in a Model With Learning," with William W. Lang, Journal of Monetary Economics (October ). "Information Losses in a Dynamic Model of Credit," (with William W.
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Feb ; Entry-Deterring Debt. Article. Feb ; Worker debt with bankruptcy. However, potential entrants with patent applications relevant to a market are more likely to enter it.
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In countries like Tanzania and Zambia, which have embarked on structural adjustment programmes, organisations are being encouraged to export, motivated by foreign exchange earnings potential, saturated domestic markets, growth and expansion objectives, and the need to repay debts incurred by the borrowings to finance the programmes.
Empirically, the study finds that debt to financial markets is the most influential in terms of economic magnitude on next quarter’s CDS spread among all debt types by account type classification. Regarding debt maturity classification, the paper concludes that the CDS market attributes more credit risk to long-term than short-term debt.
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Basic analytical focus is real exchange rate and its impact on sectoral allocation of resources. (Same course as ARE B.) (Letter.) Effective: Winter Quarter. Limit Pricing is a pricing strategy a monopolist may use to discourage entry.
If a monopolist set its profit maximising price (where MR=MC) the level of supernormal. McBride and Coulier in their paper “Crises, Coups, and Entry-deterring Reforms in Sub-Saharan Africa’’, in their analysis of coups in Africa advance reasons that generally lead to military intervention: personal greed; hope to extract once they gain power or directly control the state.
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Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them., Free ebooks since Entry barriers o Result from asymmetries between incumbent firms and entrants Exogenous market forces can create structural entry barriers o Low demand, high capital requirements, and limited access to resources are examples of structural entry barriers Exit barriers arise when firms must meet obligations of production Incumbent firms may use predatory acts to deter entry or hasten exit by.
The classic definition of predatory pricing is pricing below cost with the intention of running a competitor out of business. In more general terms, predatory pricing is a price reduction that is only profitable because of added market power the predator gains from eliminating, disciplining, or otherwise inhibiting the competitive conduct of a rival or potential rival (Bolton, Brodley.
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Porter's work has had a greater influence on business strategy than any other theory in the [ ]. We show that the entry-deterring claim is in fact equity (or, equivalently, risky debt). This in contrast to the Brander-Lewis result that debt deters entry by in- ducing tougher behavior in the product market.
The difference in results comes from the different channels through which entry deterrence occurs. Securitized public sector debt 2, Siderbras debentures 1, Privatization certificates 1, National Development Fund bonds Agrarian debt notes Brazilian currency Housing bank obligations Foreign debt notes Total(a) 7, The entry-deterring or exit-inducing level of 𝐾𝐾1 satisfying condition (1) above is typically very costly.
There are rarely cases for𝐾𝐾1 that satisfy both conditions (1) and (2) simultaneously. Unless there is a shock that makes condition (1) or (2) slack, such as an impending threat of entry or a sharp.
One of the main reasons for this absence of change is the cost and demands of regulation, which stand as an almost insurmountable barrier to entry, deterring .
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