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First mover advantages, blockaded entry, and the economics of uneven development

James R. Markusen

First mover advantages, blockaded entry, and the economics of uneven development

by James R. Markusen

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International trade -- Mathematical models.,
  • Barriers to entry (Industrial organization) -- Mathematical models.,
  • Economic development.,
  • Production functions (Economic theory)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames R. Markusen.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper no. 3284, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 3284.
    ContributionsNational Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination29 p. :
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22437050M

    Advantages and Disadvantages of being a First Mover: The timing of entry to a particular market or industry is usually important because it helps in determining a company's returns on investment. First movers are described as the first entrants to offer or sell a new product or service category in a .   Counting the Cost of Voluntary Export Restraints in the European Car Market, Alasdair Smith and Anthony J. Venables. Structural Issues. Services in International Trade, Wilfred J. Ethier and Henrik Horn. First-Mover Advantages, Blockaded Entry, and the Economics of Uneven Development, James R. Markusen.2/5(1).

    First-mover Advantages. -Establishment of entry barriers for late entrants-Avoidance of clash with dominant firms at home-Relationships and connections with key stakeholders such as customers and governments. Later-Mover Advantages. Research and Development (R&D) Contract. Outsourcing agreements in R&D between firms.   A famous cliché contends that “the early bird gets the worm.” Applied to the business world, the cliché suggests that certain benefits are available to a first mover into a market that will not be available to later entrants (Figure Making Competitive Moves).A first-mover advantage exists when making the initial move into a market allows a firm to establish a dominant position that.

      First Mover Advantages Defining the characteristics of first mover advantage is essential since the term of first mover is depends on the order of entry. Some of the common definition in marketing and economic literature is the differences between inventor, product pioneer, and market pioneer. preemption of assets, development of buyer. Entrepreneurial Business and Economics Review (EBER) Markusen, J , First Mover Advantage, Blockaded Entry, and the Economics of Uneven Development, Working Paper No. , National Bureau of Economic Research. Motta, M, Norman, G , 'Does Economic Integration Cause Foreign Direct Investment?', International Economic Review, vol.


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First mover advantages, blockaded entry, and the economics of uneven development by James R. Markusen Download PDF EPUB FB2

First Mover Advantages, Blockaded Entry, And the Economics of Uneven Development James R. Markusen. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in March NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment, International Finance and MacroeconomicsCited by:   One of the two (otherwise identical) countries is not able to enter the increasing returns sector in the first period through some "accident of history".

A theoretical and numerical analysis solves for parameter regimes under which firms in the disadvantaged country are or are not able to enter the increasing returns sector in the second by: First Mover Advantages, Blockaded Entry, And the Economics of Uneven Development A two-sector, two-period trade model is developed in which one sector has increasing returns based on the creation of specialized intermediate inputs.

The first one reviews the literature that takes technology as exogenous and examines the implications of productivity differences for trade patterns and the effects of technical change on outputs.

First Mover Advantages, Blockaded Entry, And the Economics of Uneven Development. By James R. Markusen. Download PDF ( KB) Abstract. A two-sector, two-period trade model is developed in which one sector has increasing returns based on the creation of specialized intermediate inputs.

second period outcomes are compared to one another and Author: James R. Markusen. James Markusen's paper "First Mover Advantages, Blockaded Entry, and the Economics of Uneven Development" examines how growth rates of countries may diverge due to some arbitrary accident of history by focusing on the factors that block the second moving country from gaining market entry.

The numerical model presented by Markusen shows that even if entry can be gained, it is generally. Markusen, J. (), First Mover Advantages, Blockaded Entry, and the Economics of Uneven Development, in Helpman E. and A. Razin (eds.), International Trade and Trade Policy, Cambridge: MIT Press.

and A. Venables (), The Spread of Industry: Spatial Agglomeration in Economic Development, Journal of the Japanese and International Cited by: First Mover Advantages, Blockaded Entry, And the Economics of Uneven Development by James R.

Markusen A Unified Treatment of Horizontal Direct Investment, Vertical Direct Investment, and the Pattern of Trade in Goods and Services. Counting the Cost of Voluntary Export Restraints in the European Car Market, Alasdair Smith and Anthony J. Venables. Structural Issues.

Services in International Trade, Wilfred J. Ethier and Henrik Horn. First-Mover Advantages, Blockaded Entry, and the Economics of Uneven Development. First-Mover Advantage. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write.

Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. Derek_Meddings. Terms in this set (7) First Mover Advantages (6) 1. Preemption of scarce resources 2. Technological leadership 3. Shaping customer preferences 4. Building brand loyalty Factors influencing optimal entry level (4) 1.

environmental and development economics. A review of theoretical and empirical studies at the • rm level shows that • rst mover advantages are not con rmed by empirical evidence.

† e successful innova-tor is not necessarily the • rst but very often one of the early movers within the com-petition of di erent innovation by: 1. First Mover Advantages, Blockaded Entry, And the Economics of Uneven Development NBER Working Papers, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc View citations (12) NATIONAL PRODUCT FUNCTIONS IN COMPARATIVE STEADY-STATE ANALYSIS.

First mover advantage, blockaded entry, and the economics of uneven development NBER Working Paper no. National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge () Google ScholarCited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Markusen, James R., First mover advantages, blockaded entry, and the economics of uneven development.

Get this from a library. First Mover Advantages, Blockaded Entry, And the Economics of Uneven Development. [James R Markusen; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: A two-sector, two-period trade model is developed in which one sector has increasing returns.

Abstract: based on the creation of specialized intermediate inputs. One of the two (otherwise. James R. Markusen, "First Mover Advantages, Blockaded Entry, And the Economics of Uneven Development," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

Cristina Fernandes & João Ferreira & Carla Marques, First Mover Advantages, Blockaded Entry, and the Economics of Uneven Development," ().

Industrial Policy under Monopolistic Competition," (). Internationally Decreasing Costs and World Trade," Author: Douglas Holtz-Eakin and Mary E. Lovely. This study examines whether first-mover and early-mover advantages can be sustained in an industry where the barriers to entry are generally low and new product innovations can be easily imitated.

Abstract. A striking characteristic of capitalist development is the phenomenon of uneven development, defined as persistent differences in levels and rates of economic development between different sectors of the economy.

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Answering these questions has large first-mover advantages for professional recognition still to be reaped. More than this, providing the right answers to these questions offers their clients from entry of an MFI in a credit bureau.

the micro-economics of development (and go beyond randomized control trials!) have played an.We show that policy must reflect both technological linkages and market power in the target industries, Markusen, J.R.,First mover advantages, blockaded entry, and the economics of uneven development, in: E.

Helpman and A. Razin, eds., International Trade and Trade Policy (The MIT Press, Cambridge) Cited by: 9. It is essential for a firm to create and capture value to justify its existence in competitive settings. In this context, first mover advantages in an emerging economy constitute an important topic of research in management because the order of entry of a firm to a new market influences its ability to create and capture value.

Performances of the firms in an emerging economy like India suggest Cited by: