Tag Archives: Tariffs

Monopsony and Two-part Tariffs

Monopsony and Two-part Tariffs By: Roger D. Blair; Christina DePasquale Abstract: In his classic article, Walter Oi (1971) analyzed two-part tariffs by a monopolist. We adapt his analysis to the case of monopsony. We show that the resulting offer is… … Continue reading

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Access Copyright Proposed Tariffs: Is the Copyright Board Turning Over New Leaves?

On March 6, 2019 the Copyright Board appears to have turned over one new leaf by asking for comments more than three years after the close of the hearing from “affected persons” on the “feasibility and clarity of the terms … Continue reading

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In Garlic Capital, Tariffs And Immigration Crackdown Have Mixed Impacts

Photo courtesy of City of Gilroy website This NPR report shows the mixed results for agriculture of the Trump administration's support on tariffs on foreign products and crackdown on immigrants. In Gilroy, California, known as "The Garlic Capital of the… … Continue reading

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Access Copyright Post Secondary Tariffs – 2011-2013 & to 2014-2017 – Coming Soon to a Campus Near You?

On February 6, 2019 the Copyright Board issued the following Notice:File / Dossier: Access Copyright  –  Post‐Secondary Educational Institutions (2011‐2013 and 2014‐2017)  Access Copyright  –  Établissements d'enseignement postsecondaires (2011‐2013 et2014‐2017)February 6, 2019[CB‐CDA 2019‐007]NOTICE OF THE BOARDThe Board wishes to consult … Continue reading

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Chinese Tariffs Will Impact Aircraft Parts

The Chinese Government has announced import tariffs on aircraft parts coming from the United States. Continue reading → Read more detail on Recent Aviation Law posts –

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