By Partha Gangopadhyay
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Qxd 18 10/8/2010 2:29 PM Page 18 Economics of Rivalry, Conflict and Cooperation alliance/coalition contains too many members in equilibrium. Our work bears some apparent similarities to Bloch’s paper. But there are major differences: Bloch considers the alliance formation in a sequential setting in which one alliance acts as a Stackleberg leader and thereby captures more than three-quarters of a market by forming an alliance with roughly three-quarters of firms in an industry. The followers are forced to accept a lower share by the formation of a smaller alliance.
But once the alliance is formed, it behaves like a single entity in choosing the alliance activity and, in this regard, our model belongs to the former class of models. Possibilities of cooperative ventures in oligopolies have been examined in Katz and Shapiro (1985); Kamien et al. (1992); Matutes and Padilla (1994); and Yi (2000). Katz and Shapiro (1985) examine incentives for firms to reach perfect compatibility with all the products in the industry. Kamien et al. (1992) highlight joint research ventures in the context of industry-wide agreements.
134). Hicks (1935) noted the conjectural variations approach was becoming increasingly more popular in the literature. After a review of the approach, he stated that there was no need to impose any particular consistency condition upon the firms’ conjectures in the short period. qxd 10/8/2010 2:29 PM Page 35 Endogenous Collusion and Rivalry 35 with the imposition of a consistency postulate on the conjectural variation terms. Harrod (1934) had proposed the idea of imposing a consistency condition before Hicks’ (1935) survey.