Written solely for the undergraduate audience, Industrial Organization: Theory and Practice, which features early coverage of Antitrust, punctuates its modern introduction to industrial organization with relevant empirical data and case studies to show students how to apply theoretical tools.
Don E. Waldman is Richard M. Kessler Professor of Economic Studies at Colgate University USA Elizabeth Jensen is Christian A. Johnson Excellence in Teaching Professor of Economics at Hamilton College, USA
Part One: The Basics of Industrial Organization 1. Introduction 2. The Firm and Its Costs 3. Competition and Monopoly 4. Market Structure 5. Monopoly Practices 6. Empirical Industrial Organization Part Two: Modern Industrial Organization: Game Theory and Strategic Behavior 7. Game Theory: A Framework for Understanding Oligopolistic Behavior 8. The Development of Theory 9. Collusion: The Great Prisoner's Dilemma 10. Cartels in Action 11. Oligopoly Behavior: Entry and Pricing to Deter Entry 12. Oligopoly Behavior: Entry and Nonpricing Strategies to Deter Entry Part Three: Business Practices 13. Product Differentiation 14: Advertising 15. Technological Change and Research and Development 16. Price Discrimination 17. Vertical Integration and Vertical Relationships 18. Regulation and Deregulation
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Pearson New International ed of 4th revised ed
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