Industrial Organization: Theory and Practice blends a rigorous theoretical introduction to industrial organization with empirical data, real-world applications and case studies. The book also supports students with a range of problems and exercises, and definitions of key terms and concepts. This balanced approach, which enables students to apply theoretical tools, has earned this book its ranking as one of the leading undergraduate texts in its field.
For the fifth edition, relevant data, tables, empirical examples and case studies have been updated to reflect current trends and topics, in the most complete reorganization since the second edition. Further changes include:
- all public policy topics have been placed in the last section, making it simpler to use for courses that emphasize theory or public policy;
- an entirely new chapter on international trade and industrial organization;
- a new chapter on mergers;
- a separate section on antitrust;
- a companion website with PowerPoint slides and other supplements.
This comprehensive book bridges the gap between economic theory and real-world case studies in an accessible, logical manner, making it the ideal undergraduate text for courses on industrial organization.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part I|125 pages
The Basics of Industrial Organization
part II|85 pages
Foundational Models of Industrial Organization
part III|306 pages
Models of Conduct and Performance
part IV|157 pages
Public Policy and Globalization Issues