|Title||Competition in the retail fuel market|
The retail fuel market continues to attract interest from motorists, the media, and regulatory authorities due partly to the market structure and widespread 'perception' of anti-competition behavior of actors in the market. Accordingly, examining the price-setting behavior of retailers, price dispersion, the transmission of wholesale prices to retail prices, Edgeworth price cycle etc will help to better understand the degree of competition in the market.
|Home institute||Department of Business Administration, Economics and Law|
|Art der Arbeit||praktisch / anwendungsbezogen|
|Abschlussarbeitstyp||Bachelor or Master|
|Author||Prof. Dr. Emmanuel Asane-Otoo|
Microeconomics, econometrics, environmental or energy economics