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Title: Understanding the Nature of Predatory Pricing in Large-Scale Market Economy with Genetic Algorithms
Authors: 陳樹衡;C.-C. Ni;S. Feng
Chen,Shu-Heng
Keywords: Chain-store game;Predatory pricing;Evolutionary game;Genetic algorithms;Co-evolutionary stability
Date: 1996-09
Issue Date: 2009-01-09 12:18:30 (UTC+8)
Abstract: This paper applies co-evolutionary genetic algorithms to an economic modelling problem. The chain-store game is a game-theoretic model for predatory pricing (price wars); the modelling goal is to study when predatory pricing can arise. It is found that, even under the same payoff structure, the results of the co-evolution of weak monopolists and entrants are sensitive to the representation of the decision-making process. Two representations are studied: 1) the action-based representation, and 2) the strategy-based representation. The former is to represent a naive mind and the latter is to capture a sophisticated mind. For the action-based representation, the convergence results are easily obtained and predatory pricing is only temporary in all simulations. However, for the strategy-based representation, predatory pricing is not a rare phenomenon and its appearance is cyclical but not regular
Relation: Journal of Systems Engineering and Electronics,8(2),33-44
Data Type: article
DOI 連結: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ISIC.1996.556227
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