Industrial Organization, a Contract Based approach
by Nicolas Boccard
Publisher: Lulu.com 2006
Number of pages: 416
The book offers an extensive and up-to-date panorama of Industrial Organization aimed at advanced undergraduates; it should also appeal to graduates, academics and practitioners with an interest in the field. The analysis of market interactions, business strategies and public policy is performed using the now standard framework of game theory and the recent advances of contract theory and information economics.
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