The degree of market power exerted by Pacific halibut processors Public Deposited

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  • A structural model of the Pacific halibut fishery is developed. Hypothesis tests are developed within the framework of the "new empirical industry organization" for the exertion of market power by Pacific halibut processors in both the exvessel market and the wholesale market. The relationship of market power exertion and IPHC's regulatory instrument--season length--is featured. The results indicate that both the United States and Canadian processors exert market power in the exvessel market when the season length is short. The United States also exerts a moderate degree of market power in the wholesale market while Canada does not. The exvessel price distortion from the imperfect competition leads to the transfer of economic rent from the fishermen to the processors.
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