How game theory can save Woolworths: Part III

This column is part three in a series discussing game theory and how it could aid Woolworths’ turnaround strategy for its supermarket business. Click here to read part one in this series or here to read part two. Attempting to compete with the best discounter in the world on price would be a form of corporate suicide for Woolworths. The primary issue is that Aldi’s operating and labor costs are much lower than Woolworths’. Aldi has also mastered a business model that allows them to signif

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