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### Abstract

Using explicit theoretical models, this study analyzes the economic impact of alternative vertical coordination mechanisms in a three-stages production-marketing chain where interactions among multiples players at each stage, among players at different stages, and the price, output and welfare impact of such strategic behavior were computed. Policy implications are discussed.