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This renders the optimal behavior of the monopolist similar to price discriminating behavior in standard goods markets (Mussa and Rosen 1978). 25 Figure 4 shows the results. The …rst notable feature of this case is that high types have to be impeded from choosing the low type contract. This implies that they receive their …rst best quality throughout (no distortion at the top). In addition, they have to endure less advertising than in …rst best (that is, they receive an information rent). Low types’ quality is distorted downwards throughout, in order to deter high types.
C F B from Proposition 4. Also we know C F B As vH ! vH H H H Hence, for every SB ( ; v 0 < 1 there exists an " > 0 such that CH H ") H H CP for 0 CP ( ; vH < 1. "), which proves the statement. Taken together, Steps 1, 2, 4 and 5 prove the proposition for the case H L > 1. If this condition is not met, the high types will prefer …nancing of the pooling media product by price rather than advertising whenever values in CP change if 1. In this case, it may thus be that the equilibrium H P gets too low.
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