An evaluation of the impact upon productivity of ending resale price maintenance on books


Report prepared for the OFT by the Centre for Competition Policy at University of East Anglia. An examination of the ending of RPM aims to improve understanding of how competition interventions affect productivity, provide a methodological framework that could inform future evaluations and provide inputs to the ongoing debate about the effects of RPM.

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PURE Output Type: Technical report
Published Date: 2008-02
Authors: Ball, C.
Davies, Stephen
Olczak, Matthew (ORCID Profile 0000-0001-6808-3832)
Wilson, Christopher



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