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Definition of Duopolistic
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Literary usage of Duopolistic
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1. Selecting Product Development Projects: Pioneering Versus Incremental (1993)
"... a duopolistic market starting from the time 12- As indicated, адр will equal адр if there are no first mover advantages, and адр > адр if the pioneer's ..."
2. European Community Competition Policy 1996: 26th Report on Competition by Karel Von Miert (1998)
"duopolistic dominance 146. The Commission decided to oppose the proposed merger ... of duopolistic dominance in the worldwide platinum and rhodium markets. ..."
3. School-linked Human Services: A Comprehensive Strategy for Aiding Students by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"... a stream of pioneer rewards a^pTA ma duopolistic market starting from the time 12. ... duopolistic rewards are expected to exceed those of the follower. ..."
4. Europe: Dimensions of Peace by Björn Hettne (1988)
"... duopolistic control of nuclear explosives and on mutually exclusive military alliances. They have not been, however, able to prevent the diffusion and ..."
5. U. S. Spectrum Management Policy: Agenda for the Future (1994)
"... allocated for cellular radio, and the duopolistic nature of domestic cellular service. Currently, a cellular license carries with it not (continued. ..."
6. Contested Skies: Trans-Australian Airlines, 1946-1992 by John Gunn (1999)
"'Ansett and the Government-owned TAA can reap the benefits of a duopolistic market where each party is guaranteed access ... This market dominance makes ..."
7. Competition Policy in OECD Countries, 1993-1994 (1997)
"They notified Brussel about this operation. and the Commission's DGCCRF IV intended to prohibit. arguing that the new enterprise might hold a duopolistic ..."