Industrial Organization

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1 Industrial Organization Introduction Matilde Machado Download slides from: http://www.eco.uc3m.es/~mmachado/
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Industrial Organization - Matilde Machado Introduction 2 Syllabus of the course 1. Introduction 1. Concentration Measures [Tirole 5.5; Cabral 2.3; Clarke pp 2.1.1, 2.1.2, Shy 8.1] 1. Monopoly and Price Discrimination 1. Perfect Competition versus Monopoly 2. Price Discrimination [Tirole 3.1, 3.2, 3.3.] 3. Other Marketing Strategies [Shy ch. 14] 1. Multiproduct Monopoly [Tirole 1.1.2]
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Industrial Organization - Matilde Machado Introduction 3 Syllabus of the course 1. Oligopoly 1. Strategic Behavior [Tirole, Introduction until parte II] 1. The Cournot Model [Cabral, Luis 3.2., Tirole 5.4] 1. The Bertrand Model [Cabral, Luis 3.3, Tirole 5.1-5.2] 1. Price competition with capacity constraints [Cabral, Luis 3.4, Tirole 5.3] 1. The Stackelberg Model [Cabral, 3.5, Segura cap. 5, Shy 6.2, Church y Ware 13.2] 1. Entry, Spence-Dixit Model –if time allows [Tirole 8.1-8.2.2.1 (except 8.1.3), Church y Ware 13.3] 1. Tacit Colusion: Repeated Games [Tirole 6.3]
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Industrial Organization - Matilde Machado Introduction 4 Syllabus of the course 1. Product Differentiation 1. Definitions [Cabral, Luis 8.4] 1. The Hotteling Model – the linear city [Tirole 7.1.1] 1. The Salop Model – the circular city [Tirole 7.1.2] 1. Vertical Differentiation –if time allows [Shy 12.2]
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Industrial Organization - Matilde Machado Introduction 5 Syllabus of the course 1. Basic notes for empirical work
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Industrial Organization - Matilde Machado Introduction 6 Bibliography: Luis Cabral “Economía Industrial” McGraw-Hill 1997. Jeffrey Church and Roger Ware “Industrial Organization: A Strategic Approach” McGraw-Hill, 2000. Roger Clarke “Industrial Economics” Blackwell 1999. Roger Clarke “Economía Industrial” Celeste Editores. Oz Shy “Industrial Organization: Theory and Practice” The MIT Press 1996 Jean Tirole “The Theory of Industrial Organization” The MIT Press 1990. Jean Tirole “La Teoría de la Organización Industrial” Editorial Ariel, 1990.
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Industrial Organization - Matilde Machado Introduction 7 1.Introduction First of all: what is Industrial Organization? Industrial Organization (IO) studies markets (industrial, agriculture and services), in particular those markets that are not perfect i.e. that depart from perfect competition.
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Industrial Organization - Matilde Machado Introduction 8 1. Introduction What type of questions do we want to answer in IO? Example 1: Is there market power in the pharmaceutical industry?
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Introduction 9 1. Introduction Example 2: Why do automobile firms keep selling cheap automobiles even when its cost is higher than its price? Brand repetition in last sale
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