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Title Competition versus predation in aviation markets : a survey of experience in North America, Europe and Australia / edited by Peter Forsyth [and three others].
Imprint Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2018.

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Description 1 online resource (375 p.)
Note First published 2005 by Ashgate Publishing.
Description based upon print version of record.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Subject Airlines.
Predatory pricing.
Airlines -- North America.
Predatory pricing -- North America.
Airlines -- Europe.
Predatory pricing -- Europe.
Airlines -- Australia.
Predatory pricing -- Australia.
Australia.
Europe.
North America.
Genre Electronic books.
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Editors and Contributors; Introduction; Part A: Competition and Predation -- Surveys from Different Perspectives; 1. Strategic Behaviour of Incumbents; 2. Predatory Pricing: Still a Rare Occurrence?; 3. Competition and Predation; Part B: Australia and New Zealand; 4. Predatory Behaviour in Australian Aviation Markets; 5. When does Airline Competition become Predation?; Part C: North America; 6. Predation in Aviation: The North-American Divide; 7. Airline Predation in Canada
8. Most Low-Cost Airlines Fail(ed): Why Did Southwest Airlines Prosper?Part D: Europe; 9. The Lufthansa-Germania Case at a Glance; 10. Predatory Pricing in the Airline Industry as a Challenge to Competition Law Enforcement; 11. The European 'No-Frills'-Aviation Market: Current and Future Developments; Part E: Theoretical and Policy Aspects of Predatory Pricing and Competition; 12. A Case of Beer and Pretzels; 13. Investigating Airline Managers' Perception of Route Entry Barriers: A Questionnaire-Based Approach
14. Why do Low Cost Carriers Arise and How can they Survive the Competitive Responses of Established Airlines?: A Theoretical Explanation15. A Capacity Lock-In Rule; 16. Wide Angle Preying in Land Modes? The Problem of Missing Modes; 17. An Economic Framework for Assessing Predation in Air Services: Markets, Barriers to Entry, Market Power and Tests
Other Author Forsyth, P. (Peter), editor.
German Aviation Research Society.
Other Title Print version: Forsyth, Peter Competition versus Predation in Aviation Markets : A Survey of Experience in North America, Europe and Australia Milton : Taylor and Francis,c2018 9780815388135