Oligopolios mixtos, fusiones y liberación comercial

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José Méndez Naya

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El objetivo de este artículo es el de analizar los efectos de la liberación comercial en los incentivos a fusionarse de las empresas en un modelo de oligopolio mixto. En concreto, se prueba que las fusiones, tanto nacionales como internacionales, son compatibles con los procesos de liberación comercial y privatización parcial de las empresas públicas.
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oligopolios mixtos, fusiones

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