Industrial Economics: Issues and Perspectives

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This is a revised and updated edition of Paul Ferguson's successful textbook. Industrial Economics has reached a crossroads in its development; the established approach, based on the neoclassical theory of the firm, is being challenged by a variety of ideas and concepts. Paramount among these are transactions costs, public choice theory and the work of the Austrian School. Industrial Economics integrates these new approaches alongside a critical exposition of traditional theory.

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About the Author:

Paul R. Ferguson is coauthor, with Glenys J. Ferguson, of Business Economics, and is Lecturer in Economics at Lancaster University. He has considerable experience in consultancy, teaching courses in Industrial Economics and the application of economic analysis to business problems. 

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"Deconstruction is not like foreign imports now 'made in America' but claims a more original relation to American literary and critical thought. These essays, which include a fascinating deconstructive analysis of a recent Supreme Court decision on hate speech, are engaging and provocative dispatches from practitioners of this controversial movement, and take up crucial issues in architecture, law, feminism, philosophy and literature." -Geoffrey Hartman, English and Comparative Literature, Yale University

"Written by some of the most accomplished critical theorists in the world, including Derrida himself, Deconstruction is/in America is more of a celebration than a defense. Excellently edited, {Niko, I think this is a dangling participle - KS} one reads of new horizons and of fresh dislocations. The resilience and pointedness of the contributions set the tone for the volume as a whole." -Henry Sussman, author of "Afterimages of Modernity"

It has become common to speak of deconstruction as having been simply displaced by political concerns. The essays in this volume seek to bring out what was--dare I say?--always already political in deconstruction, while at the same time suggesting that politics is, or could be, deconstructive. "Deconstruction Is/In America" offers a provocative vision of a different politics." -Steven Rendall, Editor, "Comparative Literature"

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