The fourth edition of Industrial Organisation continues to highlight the strong link between the theory and analysis of industrial economics using engaging case studies. It takes students on a journey through the historical development of industrial organisation to the present day with new case studies exploring contemporary issues in business, finance and economics such as: Corporate governance Executive pay Price Wars Cloud computing Barriers to entry in banking Patent infringement Social networking Mergers in the car industry Outsourcing
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Rooted firmly in the real world, Industrial Organisation: Competition, Strategy, Policy provides a comprehensive and coherent overview of the subject.
Its trademark case-based and example-driven approach continues with verve in this new fourth edition, using empirical evidence to analyse the strategies, behaviour and performance of firms and industries from a European perspective.
New to this edition:
New case studies exploring contemporary issues in business, finance and economics:
Dr John Lipczynski is retired from the University sector. He contributes to the teaching and development of Executive MBA programmes in the private sector.
Professor John O.S. Wilson is Professor of Banking and Finance and Director of Research in the Management School at the University of St Andrews. He is Director for the Centre for Responsible Banking and Finance. His research interests include industrial organization and banking.
Professor John Goddard is Professor of Financial Economics and Deputy Head of Bangor Business School at Bangor University. His research interests include industrial organization, banking and the economics of professional football.
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