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Weitere Publikationen: Dieter Pennerstorfer(13 Treffer)

Dieter Pennerstorfer, Can competition keep the restrooms clean? Price, quality and spatial competition

Regional Science and Urban Economics, 2017, S.117-136, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.regsciurbeco.2017.02.005
This article investigates the influence of competition on price and product quality among Austrian camping sites, a market characterised by both horizontal (spatial) and vertical product differentiation. Theoretically, the effect of competition on quality is ambiguous and depends on the degree of cost substitutability between output and quality. Estimating a system of equations shows that intense competition has a positive impact on product quality and a negative effect on prices (conditional on quality). As high quality is associated with high prices, the total effect of competition on prices is rather small.
 

Franz Sinabell, Dieter Pennerstorfer, Stephanie Lackner, Regionalökonomische Aspekte der WLV: Wirkung und Ausblick, in: Perspektiven der Wildbach- und Lawinenverbauung

Wildbach- und Lawinenverbau, 2016, (178), 9 Seiten, http://www.wlv-austria.at/journal.html
 

Matthias Firgo, Dieter Pennerstorfer, Christoph R. Weiss, Network Centrality and Market Prices: Empirical Evidence

We empirically investigate the importance of centrality (holding a central position in a spatial network) for strategic interaction in pricing for the Austrian retail gasoline market. Results from spatial autoregressive models suggest that the gasoline station located most closely to the market center – defined as the 1-median location – exerts the strongest effect on pricing decisions of other stations. We conclude that centrality influences firms' pricing behaviour and further find that the importance of centrality increases with market size.
 

Dieter Pennerstorfer, Export, Migration and Costs of Trade: Evidence from Central European Firms

This article analyses the link between immigration and trade at the firm level, utilising information on the export activities of 8,300 firms located in different Central European countries (Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary) for various export markets as well as regional data on immigration. The empirical analysis suggests a strong, economically meaningful and statistically significant impact of immigration on the export propensity (extensive margin), whereas the influence on firms' export volumes (intensive margin) is much smaller. This leads to the conclusion that immigrants promote export activities to their home countries mainly by reducing fixed costs of trade.
 

Matthias Firgo, Dieter Pennerstorfer, Christoph R. Weiss, Centrality and pricing in spatially differentiated markets: The case of gasoline

International Journal of Industrial Organization, 2015, S.81-90, http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1016/j.ijindorg.2015.03.009
 
Online seit: 29.04.2015 15:15

Dieter Pennerstorfer, Christoph R. Weiss, Spatial Clustering and Market Power: Evidence from the Retail Gasoline Market

Regional Science and Urban Economics, 2013, (4), S.661-675, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.regsciurbeco.2013.04.002
 
Online seit: 13.10.2015 10:52

Dieter Pennerstorfer, Christoph R. Weiss, Product Quality in the Agri-food Chain: Do Cooperatives Offer High-Quality Wine?

European Review of Agricultural Economics, 2013, (1), S.143-162, http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/erae/jbs008
 
Online seit: 13.10.2015 11:04

Dieter Pennerstorfer, Christoph R. Weiss, On the Relative Disadvantage of Cooperatives: Vertical Product Differentiation in a Mixed Oligopoly

Journal of Rural Cooperation, 2012, (1), S.60-90
 
Online seit: 15.10.2015 16:27

Klaus Nowotny, Dieter Pennerstorfer, Ethnic Networks and the Location Choice of Migrants in Europe

Working Papers in Economics and Finance (University of Salzburg), 2012, (7)
 
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