Mercato monopolistico: teorie e analisi in una prospettiva microeconomica (Monopoly Market: Theories and Analysis in a Microeconomic Perspective)

Posted: 26 Sep 2018

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Andrea Sestino

University of Bari Aldo MORO; SABACOM ENGINEERING ; University of Salento - Department of Economics and Mathematics and Statistics

Date Written: July 21, 2018

Abstract

Italian Abstract: Vengono esposti i classici risultati dei modelli di monopolio con variabile strategica quantità o prezzo. L'utilizzo di funzioni lineari permette di calcolare, disegnare e comparare tutte le soluzioni e quindi razionalizzare la scelta di differenziazione del prodotto e comprendere l’origine del potere di monopolio e l’inefficienza allocativa da questo generata sul mercato e la conseguente perdita di benessere a livello collettivo.

English Abstract: Classic results of the monopoly models are explained with a strategic quantity or price variable. Full results are computed and graphed using linear functions to compare the implications of the origin of monopoly and the allocative inefficiency generated on the market and the consequent deadweight loss.

Note: Downloadable document is in Italian.

Keywords: Monopoly; Marginal Revenue; Marginal Costs; Deadweight Loss

JEL Classification: B21; D60; D61; D41; D42

Suggested Citation

Sestino, Andrea, Mercato monopolistico: teorie e analisi in una prospettiva microeconomica (Monopoly Market: Theories and Analysis in a Microeconomic Perspective) (July 21, 2018). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3217529 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3217529

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