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Potential cartel of Amsterdam universities: fixed tuition fees. How to prevent this?

09 September 2011
Peter Dijkstra of the FEB on the subject of cartels

To prevent being fined, a firm can report its own cartel. These so called leniency programmes seem unfair, says Peter Dijkstra. It increases the profitability of some cartels: a firm can gain cartel profits without having to pay any fine, which is more interesting than competing normally and making small profits.

Read the whole blog on FEBlog: Amsterdam Universities fix tuition fee prices: how to prevent this from happening?
Last modified:16 February 2018 1.20 p.m.

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