Pioneers of Industrial Organization: How the Economics of Competition and Monopoly Took Shape

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H. W. de Jong, William G. Shepherd
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2007 M01 1 - 352 páginas
. . . this collection should be viewed as a pioneering effort. . . this book would most likely serve as a useful quick reference source for students of industrial economics. It can also serve as a valuable point of departure for those who wish to study in

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1 Introduction to market theory and its European pioneers
3
2 Market theory in Europe
6
A ADAM SMITH 17231790
25
3 Economists from the German language area nineteenth and twentieth centuries
27
A HEINRICH VON STACKELBERG 19051946
50
B ERNST HEUSZ 1922
52
C ERICH HOPPMANN 1923
54
D ERHARD KANTZENBACH 1931
55
B MORRIS A ADELMAN
214
C JOHN KENNETH GALBRAITH
216
D ALFRED E KAHN
218
E WALTER ADAMS
220
F JOE S BAIN
224
G WILLARD FRITZ MUELLER
232
H CARL KAYSEN
235
I DONALD F TURNER
237

4 Market theory in the Low Countries
56
A HENK WILM LAMBERS 19162004
78
5 French political economy about industrial matters
80
A JEANBAPTISTE SAY 17671832
93
B FRANÇOIS PERROUX 19031987
94
6 Industrial economics in Italy
95
7 The contributions of three English economists to the development of industrial economics
111
A ALFRED MARSHALL 18421924
124
8 Industrial economics in Scandinavia 18801980
126
Pioneers of the field in the USA and Canada
145
9 Introduction to the pioneers in North America
147
Individual pioneers in the USA and Canada
169
A Charles Ellet JR
171
B HENRY CARTER ADAMS
173
C JOHN BATES CLARK
175
D JEREMIAH WHIPPLE JENKS
179
E JOHN MAURICE CLARK
183
F GEORGE WARD STOCKING
187
G MARTIN G GLAESER
190
A GARDINER C MEANS
194
B EDWARD HASTINGS CHAMBERLIN
199
C JAMES C BONBRIGHT
203
D HAROLD HOTELLING
206
E EDWARD S MASON
209
A JOSEPH A SCHUMPETER
211
J GEORGE JOSEPH STIGLER
239
K WILLIAM JACK BAUMOL
245
L JOHN ROBERT MEYER
248
A RICHARD E CAVES
250
B LELAND L JOHNSON
254
C LEONARD W WEISS
256
D JACOB SCHMOOKLER
259
E FREDERIC M SCHERER
261
F WILLIAM G SHEPHERD
267
G HARVEY J LEIBENSTEIN
271
H WILLIAM S COMANOR
272
I OLIVER E WILLIAMSON
274
J HAROLD DEMSETZ
276
K PAUL W MACAVOY
278
L HARRY M TREBING
280
M DENNIS CARY MUELLER
282
N ROGER G NOLL
286
O SAM PELTZMAN
288
P RICHARD SCHMALENSEE
289
Q A MICHAEL SPENCE
291
R ROBERT D WILLIG
294
S JOSEPH E STIGLITZ
296
Index
299
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Página 25 - They are led by an invisible hand to make nearly the same distribution of the necessaries of life which would have been made had the earth been divided into equal portions among all its inhabitants ; and thus, without intending it, without knowing it, advance the interest of the society, and afford means to the multiplication of the species.
Página 71 - To widen the market, and to narrow the competition, is always the interest of the dealers. To widen the market may frequently be agreeable enough to the interest of the public ; but to narrow the competition must always be against it...
Página 10 - People of the same trade seldom meet together, even for merriment and diversion, but the conversation ends in a conspiracy against the public, or in some contrivance to raise prices.
Página 10 - The price of monopoly is upon every occasion the highest which can be got. The natural price, or the price of free competition, on the contrary, is the lowest which can be taken, not upon every occasion indeed, but for any considerable time together.
Página 26 - How selfish soever man may be supposed, there are evidently some principles in his nature, which interest him in the fortune of others, and render their happiness necessary to him, though he derives nothing from it except the pleasure of seeing it.
Página 212 - In this respect perfect competition is not only impossible but inferior, and has no title to being set up as a model of ideal efficiency.
Página 10 - But the public would be a gainer, the work of all artificers coming in this way much cheaper to market. It is to prevent this reduction of price, and consequently of wages and profit, by restraining that free competition which would most certainly occasion it, that all corporations, and the greater part of corporation laws, have been established.
Página 194 - The separation of ownership from control produces a condition where the interests of owner and of ultimate manager may, and often do, diverge, and where many of the checks which formerly operated to limit the use of power disappear.
Página 212 - As long as they are not carried into practice, inventions are economically irrelevant. And to carry any improvement into effect is a task entirely different from the inventing of it, and a task, moreover, requiring entirely different kinds of aptitudes.

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