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Market structure and industrial performance: a review of statistical findings

Author: Vernon, John Mitcham Series: Marketing Science Institute series Publisher: Allyn and Bacon, 1972.Language: EnglishDescription: 140 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Market structure and industrial performance Market structure and industrial performance Preface: x i Chapter 1 PERSPECTIVE ON CURRENT PUBLIC POLICY: 1 Concentration-Performance Relationship: 1 Advertising and Product Differentiation: 3 Summary: 5 References: 6 Chapter 2 THEORY OF MARKET STRUCTURE-PERFORMANCE MODEL: 7 Perfect Competition: 8 Pure Monopoly: 10 Assumption of Profit Maximization: 12 Imperfect Competition: 14 Monopolistic Competition Conjectural Variations Limit Price Model Digression on Barriers and Public Policy Other Models Recent Theoretical Developments: 23 Dorfman-Steiner Model Baumol Model Williamson Model Cyert and March Behavioral Theory Structure, Conduct, and Performance: 28 Market Structure Market Conduct Market Performance Appendix 1: General Duopoly Model: 3 1 Appendix 11: Dorfman-Steiner Model: 32 References: 34 Chapter 3 CONCENTRATION, PERFORMANCE, AND PROFITS: 37 The Role of Conduct: 3 7 Economic Concentration: 40 Census Concentration Ratios The H Index Some Dynamic Aspects of Concentration Performance and Profit Rates: 47 Technical Efficiency Selling Costs Product Quality, Design, and Variety Allocative Efficiency and Profit Rates References: 62 Chapter 4 BARRIERS TO ENTRY: 67 Product Differentiation: 6 7 Differentiability and Differentiation Cross-Elasticity Measure Bernhardt-MacKenzie Measure Advertising and Differentiation Measuring Product Differentiation Barriers Advertising and Concentration Scale-Economy Barriers: 78 Digression on Measuring Scale Economies Cost as a Function of Rate and Volume Absolute-Cost Barriers: 85 Tests of Complete Model: 8 6 Bain and Mann Studies Comanor and Wilson Study Miller Study FTC Food Industry Study Causality Problem Profit Measure Problem Summary: 9 3 Appendix 111: Schmalensee Model: 9 3 References: 99 Chapter 5 PROGRESSIVENESS: 102 Opposing Hypotheses: 102 Schumpeter-CalbraithHypothesis Competitive Hypothesis Empirical Studies: 105 Research and Development Innovation Diffusion References: 115 Chapter 6 SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION: 117 References: 120 BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION: 121 Index: 137

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