Introduction to Industrial Organization by Luís Cabral provides niche area of microeconomics to a key part of economics and of associated disciplines comparable to finance, technique, and marketing. This book offers a difficulty-pushed introduction to industrial organization.
Industrial group has changed an awesome deal previously two decades. Most importantly, it has advanced from a niche area in economics to a self-discipline that’s studied not only by most economists but also by students and students in areas like finance, marketing and strategy. The evolution of the standing of IO was not properly accompanied by the supply of recent IO texts.
This text makes an attempt to fill the perceived gap: here, then, is a text that may appeal to large viewers of readers, including not solely economics college students but also students from other areas who’re enthusiastic about economics as part of their education.
The book is an introduction. This is naturally mirrored by its size, between one third and one half of most different texts. Nonetheless, brevity is achieved not a lot via superficiality in the therapy of every issue, however reasonably by higher selectivity within the list of matters addressed.
Introduction to Industrial Organization by Luís Cabral is problem-driven quite than methodology-pushed or literature-driven. Though the text makes intensive use of models (as a result of they are very helpful methods of understanding actuality), new fashions are solely launched when that is justified in terms of the marginal benefit in understanding some issue.
This text includes a vast array of examples, from both within and outdoors the United States. It is written in a manner that requires solely basic mathematical training. Supplemental materials posted on the Web make more in depth use of algebra and calculus.
Introduction to Industrial Organization [Hardcover]
Luis M. B. Cabral
The MIT Press; 1st edition (August 21, 2000)