Introduction to Industrial Organization

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MIT Press, 2000 - 354 páginas

This book provides an issue-driven introduction to industrial organization.

Over the past twenty years, the study of industrial organization--the analysis of imperfectly competitive markets--has grown from a niche area of microeconomics to a key component of economics and of related disciplines such as finance, strategy, and marketing. This book provides an issue-driven introduction to industrial organization. It includes a vast array of examples, from both within and outside the United States. While formal in its approach, the book is written in a way that requires only basic mathematical training. Supplemental materials posted on the Web make more extensive use of algebra and calculus.

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WHAT IS INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION?
3
CHAPTER
13
BASIC MICROECONOMICS
15
THE FIRM
35
GAMES AND STRATEGY
49
FROM MONOPOLY TO PERFECT COMPETITION
67
CHAPTER 6
85
CHAPTER
101
VERTICAL RELATIONS
189
PRODUCT DIFFERENTIATION
205
PART
238
CHAPTER 10
252
CHAPTER 15
259
PART
289
CHAPTER 16
303
NETWORKS AND STANDARDS
311

CHAPTER 8
128
CHAPTER 9
151
PART
164

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Luis M.B. Cabral is Professor of Economics at the Leonard Stern School of Business, New York University.

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