RBB

18 December 2014

The price effect of cost changes: passing through and here to stay

Cost pass through arises when a firm changes the prices of its products or services in response to a change in its costs. This Brief highlights some of the

key theoretical and empirical insights on pass-through that are relevant to competition policy. In doing so, it addresses a number of common pass-through fallacies.

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