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A model of imperfect dynamic competition in the Nordic power market

Olli Kauppi

A model of imperfect dynamic competition in the Nordic power market

by Olli Kauppi

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Published by Helsinki School of Economics in Helsinki .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electric utilities -- Economic aspects -- Scandinavia,
  • Hydroelectric power plants -- Economic aspects -- Scandinavia

  • Edition Notes

    StatementOlli Kauppi.
    SeriesActa Universitatis Oeconomicae Helsingiensis. A -- 350
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9685.S42 K38 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 152 p. :
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23950156M
    ISBN 109789524883405, 9789524883412
    LC Control Number2009498556

    Get this from a library! Dynamic general equilibrium models with imperfectly competitive product markets. [Julio Rotemberg; Michael Woodford] -- Abstract: This paper discusses the consequences of introducing imperfectly competitive product markets into an otherwise standard neoclassical growth model. We pay particular attention to the. Romanian Economic and Business Review – Vol. 6, No. 4 pure and perfect competition model is the opposite of impure and imperfect competition, defined as the state of the market in which the harmony between competitors disappears.

    Imperfect Competition in Selection Markets Neale Mahoney, E. Glen Weyl. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in August NBER Program(s):Economics of Aging, Health Care, Health Economics, Industrial Organization, Public Economics Standard policies to correct market power and selection can be misguided when these two forces co-exist. measures in the Nordic market are high relatively often, although in many hours the Nordic market is fully integrated and consequently less concentrated. High concentration does not necessarily imply abuse of market power, but it reveals presence of the possibility to exercise market power. This has.

    The model assumes: a large number of firms producing identical (homogeneous) goods or services, a large number of buyers and sellers, easy entry and exit in the industry, and complete information about prices in the market. The model of perfect competition underlies the model of demand and supply. Capital requirements and deposit rate ceilings as regulatory instruments in a dynamic model of imperfect competition in banking - Olga Korniienko - Essay - Business economics - Banking, Stock Exchanges, Insurance, Accounting - Publish your bachelor's or master's thesis, dissertation, term paper or .


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A model of imperfect dynamic competition in the Nordic power market by Olli Kauppi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Of the market structure. Empirical models of dynamic imperfect competition where the product market equilibrium is connected to the dynamics of the state of the market are very scarce in the literature. The model presented here is built upon a dominant –rm approach, which greatly facilitates the computation of the : Olli Kauppi.

A model of imperfect dynamic competition in the Nordic power market Title: A model of imperfect dynamic competition in the Nordic power market: Author(s): Kauppi, Olli: Date: Language: en: Pages: x, s. Major/Subject: Kansantaloustiede (Economics) ISBN: Series: Acta Universitatis oeconomicae Helsingiensis.

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competition and application to hydroelectricity storage plication of an explicit model of dynamic imperfect competition. In this market, the institutional, technological, and economic framework naturally shape the model struc- 3Evaluating market power in the Nordic market requires a framework for imperfect competition in.

Kauppi and Liski () apply a computational explicit dynamic model of imperfect competition to the Nordic power market. They find that market power increases both reservoir levels and electricity. Imperfect competition in a liberalized Nordic electricity market is simulated in a partial equilibrium model with elaborated demand and supply systems, the latter also including bi-production of district heating.

It is found that Cournot competition can facilitate surprisingly large excess profits, even when a competitive fringe is allowed. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http Author: Olli Kauppi and Matti Liski.

One reason that empirical work on dynamic competition has been limited is the perceived difficulty of incorporating information from a dynamic equilibrium into an estimation algorithm. The literature on dynamic oligopoly, including Ericson and Pakes (), Pakes and McGuire (, ), Gowrisankaran and Town (), Benkard (forthcom.

of other firms in the market. We begin in Section by introducing a model in which firms are imperfectly competitive. Imperfect competition is necessary for models with price stickiness e- b cause perfectly competitive firms always charge the market equilibrium pricemust, eliminating any possibility for rigidity and The perfect competition model is unrealistic because all firms are different.

The model of perfect competition assumes that market structures are dynamic. True. Bait and switch occurs when. Consumers are offered a product at a lower than normal price, but told when they arrive that there are none left and then offered a similar product at a.

Estimating Dynamic Models of Imperfect Competition Article in Econometrica 75(5) February with 61 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The setting includes a broad class of models, including Ericson and Pakes' () model, as well as more general dynamic models of imperfect competition. We present a general existence theorem for dynamic stochastic games and offer several applications to industrial by: 3.

This paper develops a method for estimating dynamic models of imperfect competition that is straightforward to apply and does not require the ability to compute an equi-librium even once. The approach involves two steps. The first step is to recover the agents’ policy functions, as well as the probability distributions determining the evolu.

Downloadable. This paper discusses the consequences of introducing imperfectly competitive product markets into an otherwise standard neoclassical growth model. We pay particular attention to the consequences of imperfect competition for the explanation of fluctuations in aggregate economic activity.

Market structures considered include monopolistic competition, the 'customer market' model. IMPERFECT COMPETITION The Best of all monopoly profits is a quiet life J.R. HICKS Definition of Imperfect Competition If a firm can affect the market price of its output, the firm is classified as an imperfect competition.

Imperfect competition prevails in an industry whenever individual sellers can affect the price of their output. Policies to correct market power and selection can be misguided when these forces coexist. We build a model of symmetric imperfect competition in selection markets that parameterizes the degree of market power and selection.

We use graphical price-theoretic reasoning to characterize the interaction between these by:   Imperfect competition exists whenever a market, hypothetical or real, violates the abstract tenets of neoclassical pure or perfect competition.

Since all Author: Daniel Liberto. We develop an explicit model of dynamic imperfect competition mapping the primitive distributions to market outcomes as a function of the market structure.

We estimate the market structure that best explains the main behavioral patterns in pricing, storage, and production in years The last decade has seen an important extension of the theory of international trade to include imperfectly competitive market structures.

This book collects 19 of the most influential articles on trade with imperfect competition, providing ready access to current research by top-level economists.5/5(1). – The model provides a theoretical benchmark against which we compare and contrast imperfectly competitive markets – Consider perfect competition as a point of reference • Useful when considering – The effects of monopoly or other forms of imperfect competition – The case for free international trade.

Get this from a library! Dynamic macroeconomics with imperfect competition. [Leo Kaas] -- This book studies the effects of imperfect competition between firms on the occurrence of macroeconomic disequilibria and their dynamic evolution. It starts out with a comparison of the concepts of.the market.

We begin in Section by introducing a model in which firms are imperfectly competitive. Imperfect competition is necessary for models with price stickiness be-cause perfectly competitive firms always charge the market equilibrium price, elimi-nating any possibility for rigidity.

Sections and explore the microeconomic.Econometrica, Vol. 75, No. 5 (September, ), – ESTIMATING DYNAMIC MODELS OF IMPERFECT COMPETITION BY PATRICK BAJARI, BENKARD, AND JONATHAN LEVIN1 We describe a two-step algorithm for estimating dynamic games under the assump.