New Developments in the Analysis of Market Structure
- Joseph E. Stiglitz() (Columbia University)G. Frank Mathewson() (University of Toronto)Registered editor(s):
These contributions discuss a number of important developments over the past decade in a newly established and important field of economics that have led to notable changes in views on governmental competition policies. They focus on the nature and role of competition and other determinants of market structures, such as numbers of firms and barriers to entry; other factors which determine the effective degree of competition in the market; the influence of major firms (especially when these pursue objectives other than profit maximization); and decentralization and coordination under control relationships other than markets and hierarchies.
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