Industrial Economics: Market Structure Notes
Industrial Economics Full Revision Guide includes lecture notes, tutorials and readings on main topics such as Competition, Extent of Competition, Types of Market Structure, How is relevant market defined, Market power and Dominance, Horizontal Merger, Collusion, Predation, Influencing Consumer Choices, Tying and Bundling and Oligopoly.
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