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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About the Author
Luis M.B. Cabral is Professor of Economics at the Leonard Stern School of Business, New York University.
—Paul Klemperer, Fellow of the British Academy and Edgeworth Professor of Economics, Oxford University
—Michael Waterson, Department of Economics, University of Warwick
—Pierre Regibeau, University of Essex and Centre for Economic Policy Research
—Carl Shapiro, Transamerica Professor of Business Strategy, Haas School of Business, University of California at Berkeley