Noncooperative Equilibirum with Price Discriminating Firms, Economic Letters
There exists a unique, non-cooperative equilibrium in output levels for a group of firms which sell differentiated products and are able to practice first degree price discrimination. The equilibrium does not maximize joint profits.
Spulber, Daniel. 1979. Noncooperative Equilibirum with Price Discriminating Firms. Economic Letters. 4(3): 221-227.