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Firm Interdependency in a Mixed Oligopolitstic Market

  • Political Science


This paper uses data from Taiwan'S banking sector to investigate whether state-owned banks can serve as an internal regulation mechanism to sustain market competition. In contrast to the traditional second-best literature, the evidence shows that a certain degree of market coordination exists in the industry, even though the government owns most of the dominant banks in Taiwan.

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