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Unformatted text preview: ECON 425 The Organization of I ndustry - Spring 2011 I nstructor : Fan Ji (4th year Phd Student in Economics Department) Office : Allen 3010 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Class Meetings: MWF 13:15 - 14:05am, Allen 1006 Office Hours : TR 2:00 - 3:30pm , Allen 3010 Website : Elearning & http://econweb.tamu.edu/fan/econ_425.htm Prerequisite : ECON 323 Required Text Book: Modern Industrial Organization, 4th ed, Dennis W. Carlton and Jeffrey M. Perloff, Textbook website : www.aw-bc.com/carlton_perloff Course Description Relationships between structure, conduct and performance of industries in the American economy using both theoretical and empirical material; antitrust regulation, pricing, product characteristics, advertising, technical change and environmental effects; the American experience contrasted with that of other countries; growth of international industries. Problem sets You will have three problem sets , each contributes 50 points in the final grade. These problems are meant to help you to better understand the class materials and prepare you for the exams. Late homework will not be accepted, other than an authorized school excuses. authorized school excuses....
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