Industrial Organization

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Oliver E. Williamson
Elgar Pub., 1996 - Počet stran: 500
Part I presents classic articles which supplied the foundations upon which the field of industrial economics was built. Parts II and III present papers on the new economics of organization and a revitalized theory of strategic behaviour and competition. The editor submits that a science of organization is taking shape to which industrial economics has been both a principle contributor and beneficiary. It should interest teachers, instructors and students concerned with modern industrial economics and the theory of the firm.

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Edited by the late Oliver E. Williamson, formerly Professor, Graduate School and Edgar F. Kaiser Professor Emeritus of Business, Economics, and Law, University of California, Berkeley, US and 2009 Winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics for Studies of Economic Governance

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