5 edition of Theories of competition found in the catalog.
|Statement||Lester G. Telser.|
|LC Classifications||HD41 .T425 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 409 p. :|
|Number of Pages||409|
|LC Control Number||87026010|
Barack Obama, who in his book, The Audacity of Hope, had declared that the world of expansionist states and great-power competition “no . This book addresses the key mechanisms that govern the functioning of capitalist economies and the effects of various policies, pursuing a Political Economy approach. Central theoretical issues are clarified and operationalized using actual data from major European economies. Theories of Value, Competition, Trade and Long Cycles. Authors.
Smith’s theory of the invisible hand, which says that competition channels self-interest for the common good, is probably the most widely cited argument today in favor of unbridled competition—and against regulation, taxation, and even government itself. But what if Smith’s idea was almost an exception to the general rule of competition? Finally – and less well known in the economics profession – are strategic management theories that explicitly view competition as a dynamic process. Recommend this book Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's by:
The theory of monopolistic competition by Edward Chamberlin, , Harvard University Press edition, in English - 8th ed. After his earlier work on corporate strategy Porter extended the application of his ideas and theories to international economies and the competitive positioning of nations, as featured in his later books. In fact in Porter was appointed to President Ronald Reagan's Commission on Industrial Competitiveness, which marked the widening of his.
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This book contains the best and the worst. All articles, by heterodox economists, give alternative theories to the mainstream nonsense of neoclassical economics. As most people - except economists - know, perfect competition is defined by neoclassical economists as a condition in which consumers and producers are s: 1.
The goal of this book is to enter into this important debate by raising critical questions about the nature of market competition. Drawing on the insights of the classical political economists, Schumpeter, Hayek, the Oxford Economists’ Research Group (OERG) and others, the authors in this book challenge this perfect versus imperfect competition dichotomy in both theoretical and Cited by: The goal of this book is to enter into this important debate by raising critical questions about the nature of market competition.
Drawing on the insights of the classical political economists, Schumpeter, Hayek, the Oxford Economists’ Research Group (OERG) and others, the authors in this book challenge this perfect versus imperfect competition dichotomy in both theoretical and 4/5(1).
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Create Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lester G Telser. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: A General Theory of Competition develops a ground-breaking new theory of competition - `resource-advantage theory'.
Recent thinking on competition has assumed the premises, structure and implications of the theory of perfect competition.
Theories of competition book In his long-awaited book Shelby Hunt draws on economics, management, marketing and sociology to articulate resource-advantage theory. In this innovative and thoughtful book, Etro provides a novel approach to competition policy in innovative industries.
Building on the notion of Stackelberg equilibrium with endogenous entry, which he has himself contributed to develop, he highlights the crucial role of potential competition in determining market performance.
A General Theory of Competition (Hunt, a) – hereafter, GTC – pulls together many of the articles that develop R-A theory in the diverse disciplines. As with the articles, GTC’s provocative, interdisciplinary nature has prompted questions, critiques, and. 1 Three Different Theories 1 This Book and Theories of Economics 1 Theories: Economic and Otherwise 4 Economic Theories in Disagreement 5 Competition Competition and the Accumulation of Capital Capitalist Economies and Social Development Growth of a Capitalist World Economy Austrian view of competition emphasises on the entrepreneurial rivalry to explain competition whilst Post-Keynesians are determined by dominant firms and administered prices theories.
The significance outcome we need to focus in the essay is to evaluate the relevance of the neoclassical orthodoxy, Post Keynesian, and Austrian theories of competition.
A General Theory of Competition develops a ground-breaking new theory of competition - `resource-advantage theory'. Recent thinking on competition has assumed the premises, structure and implications of the theory of perfect competition. In his long-awaited book Shelby Hunt draws on economics, management, marketing and sociology to articulate resource-advantage theory.
This book, by an expert on the subject, reviews the theoretical research on unlawful collusion, with a focus on two issues: the impact of competition law and enforcement on whether, how long, and how much firms collude; and the optimal design of competition law and book begins by discussing general issues that arise when models of collusion take into account competition.
The competition-based theories of business strategy emerged to fill this gap and ensure attention to the dynamics of competition between rivals.
It is important to emphasize that the need for firms to think strategically is driven by the existence of competition. If there is no competition, there is no need to make strategy a priority. This chapter examines potential objectives of competition law.
It discusses the non-welfare objectives that have been assigned to competition law in the literature and the law and argues that none of them is capable of being an objective of competition law by itself.
From this analysis, the need for a welfare objective emerges. The Theory of Free Competition. Book Description: Theories of the classical and English systems, reviewed in relation to the question of what part government should play in the competitive order. eISBN: Subjects: Economics, Political Science.
A THEORY OF COMPETITION 41 competitor would be if there were two firms in the industry, if there were three, if there were ten, and so on.
With a propensity of five-tenths, the corresponding probabilities would be, and Perspectives on Plant Competition is mainly about addressing the many different perspectives in plant competition and finding a common ground among them.
Its aim is that through this common ground, new theories can be created. Encompassing 20 chapters, this book is divided into three parts. Alternative Theories of Competition book. Challenges to the Orthodoxy. Alternative Theories of Competition.
DOI link for Alternative Theories of Competition. Alternative Theories of Competition book. Challenges to the Orthodoxy. Edited By Jamee K. Moudud, Cyrus Bina, Patrick L.
Mason. Recent research has used the theory to understand such organizational issues as power and to test the theory’s universalistic aspirations. Validated procedures are being used around the world to promote educational goals. Leaders and members can use cooperation knowledge to make their increasingly diverse and dispersed teams work.
Towards a universal theory of competition and selection Working paper by Agner Fog, Technical University of Denmark. First published Last modified Abstract Competition takes place in many different spheres of life. This paper compares observations from economics, evolutionary biology, memetics and other fields of.
UCL Laws has launched a programme on "Theory and History of Competition Law" with a number of workshops since November The objective of the programme is to bridge the gap between theory, history of competition law and practice in Europe, by exploring some core issues of competition law, from an interdisciplinary and a critical legal theory perspective.Other articles where Theory of Monopolistic Competition is discussed: Edward Hastings Chamberlin: thesis became the basis for Theory of Monopolistic Competition (), a book that spurred discussion of competition, especially between firms whose consumers have preferences for particular products and firms that control the prices of their products without being monopolists.The theory of monopolistic competition: A re-orientation of the theory of value (Harvard economic studies) by Chamberlin, Edward and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at