New Empirical Industrial Organization and the Food System
©2006 Monographs 357 Pages
The new empirical industrial organization (NEIO) is a pioneering framework developed by economists to measure the degree of competitiveness of economic sectors. The primary contribution of NEIO is the generalization of perfect-competition and monopoly models to intermediate imperfect-competition models that can be empirically estimated. This framework has been applied to many sectors to provide policymakers dealing with antitrust issues with empirical evidence of market power throughout the marketing channel. This is the first book to provide a detailed, systematic overview of NEIO. The authors present a comprehensive synopsis of the theory and application of NEIO as well as selected case studies to the food sector.
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- 2006 (May)
- New empirical industrial organization Market structure Degree of market competition Food system Conjectural variations Industrieökonomie Unvollständige Konkurrenz Lebensmittelindustrie Empirische Forschung Aufsatzsammlung Oligopol
- New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, Wien, 2006. XIV, 357 pp.