Readings in Microeconomics by Tim JenkinsonReadings in Microeconomics by Tim Jenkinson

Readings in Microeconomics

EditorTim Jenkinson

Paperback | April 30, 1999

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The widely-acclaimed journal Oxford Review of Economic Policy publishes papers written in a non-technical style by leading policy experts. This second edition of Readings in Microeconomics presents a revised and updated selection of the most significant OREP papers in microeconomics, chosen bythe Managing Editor Dr Tim Jenkinson of Keble College, Oxford. Topics covered include Industrial Organization, Research and Development, Competition and Industrial Policy, Regulation, Externalities and the Environment, International Trade, the Labour Market, and Education and Training. * leading policy experts discuss topical issues * high standards of analysis combined with non-technical writing * articles selected to reflect current student course requirements The volume's extensive coverage makes the book an ideal text for second- and third-year students of microeconomics. A companion volume in Macroeconomics is also available.
Tim Jenkinson is Managing Editor of the Oxford Review of Economic Policy and is Fellow and Tutor in Economics at Keble College, Oxford University.
Title:Readings in MicroeconomicsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:258 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.59 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198776306

ISBN - 13:9780198776307

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Table of Contents

Part I: Industrial Organization1. John Vickers: Strategic Competition Among the Few: Some Recent Developments in the Economics of Industry2. Ray Rees: Tacit Collusion3. Michael Waterson: Vertical Integration and Vertical RestraintsPart II: Research and Development4. Paul Stoneman and John Vickers: The Economics of Technology Policy5. Partha Dasgupta: The Welfare Economics of Knowledge ProductionPart III: Competition and Regulatory Policy6. Donald Hay: Competition Policy7. Dieter Helm and Tim Jenkinson: Introducing Competition into Regulated IndustriesPart IV: Externalities and the Environmnent8. Scott Burnett: The Problem of Global Environmental Protection9. David Newbery: Pricing and Congestion: Economic Principles Relevant to Pricing Roads10. Dieter Helm and David Pearce: Economic Policy Towards the EnvironmentPart V: International Trade11. Henryk Kierzkowski: Recent Advances in International Trade Theory: A Selective Survey12. Christopher Bliss: The New Trade Theory and Economic Policy13. Paul Krugman: What's New about the New Economic GeographyPart VI: Education and Training14. David Finegold and David Soskice: The Failure of Training in Britain: Analysis and Prescription15. Martin Cave and Martin Weale: Higher Education: Expansion and Reform