Skip to main content

The Economics of Strategy: Industrial Organization, Structure, and Public Policy

This course adds real-world complexity and analysis to the perfectly competitive model, including transaction costs, imperfect information, and barriers to entry. The course will focus on determinants of firm and market organization and behavior, and practices such as advertising, innovation, price discrimination, and strategic behavior.

Prerequisite: -EC301 and -EC302.

1 unit — Acri, Rader

Offerings

Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Fall 2021 Block 2 The Economics of Strategy: Industrial Organization, Structure, and Public Policy Christina Rader, Kristina Acri Palmer Hall 230 32 / 0 09/17/2021
Report an issue - Last updated: 09/17/2021