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Tit for Tat pricing

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If industries are engaging in a tit for tat strategy how would an observer/analyst "prove" it? Is there a model or mathematical formula (that's easy to follow?)

I am comparing tit for tat pricing strategy between Ford and GM

I have the success factors and Prisoner's Dilemma context setting.

I only need a model or math formula that "proves" tit for tat pricing. Is there such a thing?

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Help to demonstrate Tit for Tat pricing is achieved.

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