Monopoly power and distribution in fragmented markets
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Published by World Bank, Development Research Group, Rural Development in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

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Places:

  • Pakistan.,
  • Pakistan

Subjects:

  • Groundwater -- Pakistan.,
  • Groundwater -- Pakistan -- Econometric models.,
  • Monopolies -- Pakistan.

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Edition Notes

StatementHanan G. Jacoby, Rinku Murgai and Saeed Ur Rehman.
SeriesPolicy research working paper ;, 2628, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 2628.
ContributionsMurgai, Rinku., Rehman, Saeed ur., World Bank. Development Research Group. Rural Development.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3669191M
LC Control Number2002615995

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Policies aimed at eliminating monopoly pricing would do little to help the poorest farmers. Using data from Pakistan’s Punjab, Jacoby, Murgai, and Rehman examine monopoly power in the market for groundwater—irrigation water extracted using private tubewells—a market characterized by barriers to entry and spatial fragmentation. Monopoly Power and Distribution in Fragmented Markets: The Case of Groundwater HANAN G. JACOBY and RINKU MURGAI World Bank and SAEED UR REHMAN International Water Management Institute First version received February ; final version accepted April (Eds.) This paper examines monopoly power in the market for groundwater (irrigation water extracted by. Monopoly Power and Distribution in Fragmented Markets: The Case of Groundwater The World Bank Development Research Group Rural Development June Technical Report . This paper examines monopoly power in the market for groundwater (irrigation water extracted by private tubewells), a market characterized by barriers to entry and spatial fragmentation. In Pakistan's Punjab region, groundwater and tenancy contracts are often interlinked, with share-tenants gaining access to water through the use of their landlord's tubewell.

Monopoly power and distribution in fragmented markets the case of groundwater / Mode of access: World Wide Web. Title from title screen as viewed on Sept. 07, Includes bibliographical references (p. ). Also available in print. Click to download the full report. Note: A version of this paper also appeared in The Antitrust Bulletin under the title “The View from the Shop—Antitrust and the Decline of America’s Independent Businesses.”In June , it was recognized as “Best Antitrust and Small Business Article” as part of the annual Jerry S. Cohen Award for Antitrust Scholarship.   Free Book Preview Ultimate get it protected by getting exclusive legal rights from the government in order to keep limited monopoly power in the market. This is the way to scale up your. Using data from Pakistan's Punjab, the authors examine monopoly power in the market for groundwater - irrigation water extracted using private tubewells - a market characterized by barriers to entry and spatial fragmentation. Simple theory predicts that.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper uses data from Pakistan's Punjab to examine monopoly power in the market for groundwater--irrigation water extracted using private tubewells--a market characterized by barriers to entry and spatial fragmentation. Our analysis of individual groundwater transactions over an 18 month period shows that tubewell.   Policies aimed at eliminating monopoly pricing would do little to help the poorest farmers. Using data from Pakistan's Punjab, Jacoby, Murgai, and Rehman examine monopoly power in the market for groundwater - irrigation water extracted using private tubewells - a market characterized by barriers to entry and spatial fragmentation. Monopoly Power and Distribution in Fragmented Markets: The Case of Groundwater Article (PDF Available) June with 45 Reads How we measure 'reads'. This paper examines monopoly power in the market for groundwater (irrigation water extracted by private tubewells), a market characterized by barriers to entry and spatial by: