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1995 Intraindustry Trade Under Vertical Product DifferentiationLambertini, Luca
1995 Product Innovation Under Vertical Differentiation and the Persistence of MonopolyLambertini, Luca
1995 Are Labor-Managed Firms Really Able to Survive Competition With Profit-Maximizing Firms?Lambertini, Luca; Rossini, Gianpaolo
1995 The Multiproduct Monopolist Under Vertical Differentiation: an Inductive ApproachLambertini, Luca
1995 Exogenous Product Differentiation and the Stability of CollusionLambertini, Luca
1995 Cournot Vs Stackelberg Equilibria With Entrepreneurial and Labour Managed FirmsLambertini, Luca
1996 On the Regulation of A Vertically Differentiated Market Through Taxation/Subsidization of Product QualityLambertini, Luca; Mosca, Manuela
1996 Cartel Stability Under Vertical Differentiation and Convex costs: Bertrand vs CournotLambertini, Luca
1996 Prisoners' Dilemma in Duopoly SupergamesLambertini, Luca
1996 The International Coordination of Monetary Policy: A Game-Theoretic ReformulationLambertini, Luca
1996 Trade Liberalization May Be Harmful under Endogenous DifferentiationLambertini, Luca
1996 Strategic Delegation and the Shape of Market CompetitionLambertini, Luca
1996 Sequential Vs Simultaneous Equilibria in A Differentiated DuopolyLambertini, Luca
1996 Vertical Differentiaiton, Trade and Endogenous Common StandardsLambertini, Luca; Rossini, Gianpaolo
1997 Endogenous timing and the choice of quality in a vertically differentiated duopolyLambertini, Luca
1997 Extended Games Played by Managerial FirmsLambertini, Luca
1997 Standardization and the Stability of CollusionLambertini, Luca; Poddar, Sougata; Sasaki, Dan
1997 RJVs and Price Collusione under Endogenous Product DifferentiationLambertini, Luca; Poddar, Sougata; Sasaki, Dan
1997 Full vs Partial Market Coverage with Minimum Quality StandardsLambertini, Luca; Ecchia, Giulio
1997 May Delegation Affect Firms' Ability to Collude?Lambertini, Luca; Trombetta, Marco