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ECONOMICS 5300 – INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION SYLLABUS FOR SPRING 2012 INSTRUCTORS: Dennis Cheng: Hong Kong Instructor, asiacfp@yahoo.com.hk Terry Glover: Utah State University , terry.glover@usu.edu TEXT: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION : THEORY AND APPLICATIONS , Oz Shy, MIT Press, ISBN 0-262-69179-5, second printing 1996, Paperback GRADING: 6 Worksheet Assignments with each totaling 30 points possible 2 Examinations with each totaling 100 points possible TOTAL POINTS POSSIBLE 380 points COURSE GRADING A 342 - 380 C+ 292 - 303 A- 334 - 341 C 277 - 291 B+ 323 - 333 C- 266 - 276 B 315 - 322 D 228 - 265 B- 304 - 314 F < 228 //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// TOPICS FROM THE TEXT Chapter 1 – Introduction and review of industrial organization, law, trade Chapter 2 -- Basic concepts in NONCOOPERATIVE GAME THEORY Chapter 3 – Technology, Production, Cost, and Demand – Review from Managerial
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Unformatted text preview: Economics course preparation Chapter 5 Monopoly Chapter 6 - Markets for homogeneous products Chapter 7 - Markets for differentiated products EXAM 1 (COVERING CHAPTERS 1 7) Chapter 9 - Research and development Chapter 10- Economics of compatibility and standards Chapter 11- Advertising Chapter 12- Quality, durability, and warranties (Excluding section 12.2) Chapter 13- Pricing tactics Chapter 14- Marketing tactics EXAM 2 (COVERING CHAPTERS 9 14) ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Course Goals: ( 1 ) - To understand alternative market structures and the production, sales, and pricing strategies associated with these alternative market structures. ( 2 ) - To understand management strategies and inter-firm interactions associated with alternative market structures in both domestic and international settings....
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