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Strategic entry interactions involving profit-maximising and labour-managed firms
|Series||Discussion papers in economics and econometrics -- no.8812|
|Contributions||University of Southampton. Department of Economics.|
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An incumbent able to engage in strategic behavior is more likely to accommodate an Illyrian labor-managed firm than a profit-maximizer into the industry.
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