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|Title: ||The Inefficiency of the ECPR Yet Again: A Reply to Larson|
|Authors: ||Economides, Nicholas|
White, Lawrence J.
|Issue Date: ||Feb-1996|
|Series/Report no.: ||EC-96-07|
|Abstract: ||We extend the results of our article, "Access and Interconnection Pricing? How Efficient Is the "Efficient Component Pricing Rule?," Antitrust Bulletin (1995). In the presence of a monopolized essential input, we show that application of the Efficient Component Pricing Rule ("ECPR") in pricing this input to downstream competitors perpetuates monopoly distortions and high prices
of final goods services. We show these results for various demand conditions, including conditions that are accepted to hold in the telecommunications sector. We also respond to various criticisms raised by A. Larson in "The Efficiency of the Efficient-Component-Pricing Rule: A Comment," Antitrust Bulletin, (this issue) (1998).|
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