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Anforme 10 Top Topics in Industrial and Business Economics

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Publication Date: November 2006

Allan Hodge and Jill Whittock, of Cheltenham Ladies College, have produced a photocopiable resource to complement our bestselling book, Industrial and Business Economics. This new photocopiable aims to give a fresh look at some of the most important areas of this part of the syllabus.


The topics covered are as follows:

  • Small firms and the challenges they face
  • Adaptation and changing markets: the battle between ‘The Real Thing’ and Pepsi
  • Is price discrimination desirable?
  • Why should we have a policy to vet company mergers?
  • Predatory pricing: as common as unicorn sightings?
  • How can we measure market power?
  • How do barriers to entry affect competition?
  • Trends in UK food retailing: concentration and competition
  • Why is it necessary to have industry regulators?
  • Competition law: the EU connection

Publication Date: November 2006

Allan Hodge and Jill Whittock, of Cheltenham Ladies College, have produced a photocopiable resource to complement our bestselling book, Industrial and Business Economics. This new photocopiable aims to give a fresh look at some of the most important areas of this part of the syllabus.


The topics covered are as follows:

  • Small firms and the challenges they face
  • Adaptation and changing markets: the battle between ‘The Real Thing’ and Pepsi
  • Is price discrimination desirable?
  • Why should we have a policy to vet company mergers?
  • Predatory pricing: as common as unicorn sightings?
  • How can we measure market power?
  • How do barriers to entry affect competition?
  • Trends in UK food retailing: concentration and competition
  • Why is it necessary to have industry regulators?
  • Competition law: the EU connection

Publication Date: November 2006

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