Modern Industrial Organization
HarperCollins College Publishers, 1994 - Business & Economics - 973 pages
The text is completely revised to include international trade material, a more game theoretic approach, new material on oligopoly and strategic behaviour, up-to-date examples, policies and legal issues, and more teaching aids (key questions at the beginning of each chapter, a new section with definitions of all the key words, definitions of key variables and listing of key equations).
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antitrust assets barriers to entry Bertrand best-response function brands buyer capital cartel Chapter charge collusion competitive equilibrium competitive firm competitive industry concentration ratios consumer surplus customers deadweight loss differentiated discussed dominant firm earn economies of scale efficient elasticity of demand Equation example Firm l's firm's firms enter firms produce fixed costs fringe firms incentive increase Journal of Economics located long-run lower price manufacturer marginal cost marginal cost curve marginal revenue market demand market power market structure maximizes its profits measure merger monopolistic competition monopoly profits monopsony Nash equilibrium number of firms oligopoly OPEC optimal output level percent perfect competition period pollution predation predatory pricing price discrimination price-cost margin profit-maximizing purchase quantity rate of return residual demand curve rivals sell short-run shown in Figure strategic behavior strategy supply curve Suppose theory two-part tariff variable cost vertical integration vertical restrictions welfare zero