Computational techniques and price tests for determining relevant markets: a systematic review

Anderson Luiz Coan, Marislei Nishijima, Fátima Nunes

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The implementation of the hypothetical monopolist test allows the definition of relevant markets for specific goods or services, allowing antitrust authorities to analyze alleged anti-competitive actions. One way to conduct such an analysis, among others, in some countries, is to study the correlation/cointegration between prices. Considering this context, it is worth investigating a possible intersection between this subarea of economic knowledge and computational/information system techniques, insofar as these could aid in implementing the hypothetical monopolist test. The purpose of this paper was thus to conduct a systematic review (SR) to determine this degree of intersection

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