This note covers the following
topics: Equilibria in Homogeneous Product Markets, Demand Systems,
Characteristic Space, Product Level Data, and Price Indices, Digression on Price
Indices, Empirical Differentiated Products, Applications of Demand Analysis,
Cost and Production Functions, Estimating Production Functions, Insurance
Markets and Cost Functions, Static Issues in Using UPP, Two Period Empirical
Models, A Digression on Moment Inequality Estimators, The Revealed Preference or
Profit Inequality Approach, Vertical Markets.
This note explains the following topics: Industrial
Relations Perspectives, IR in the Emerging Socio-Economic Scenario, Industrial
Relations and the State - Legal Framework, Trade Unions - Role and future,
Discipline and Grievance Management, Negotiation and Collective Settlement,
Participative Management, Employee Empowerment, Quality Management, Industrial
Relations and Technological Change.
Author(s): Directorate of Distance Education, Guru
This course note emphasize the importance of market structure
and industrial performance, including the strategic interaction of firms. It
also examines the behavior of individual markets in some detail, focusing on
cost analysis, the determinants of market demand, investment behavior, market
power, and the implications of government regulatory behavior.
This book is treated in six main
chapters , which each own more or less is a complete whole of certain aspects of
organizational behavior , it is possible to study each chapter separately from
the others. Introductory interest are the first two chapters. The central
chapters are chapters on micro , meso and macro organizational behavior . The
final chapter is a section on international organizational behavior , as in the
age of globalization the international aspects are becoming increasingly
This book has two purposes: to provide for nonspecialists a
convenient compilation of the more important articles in the field of industrial
organization and public policy that have appeared since Readings in the
Social Control of Industry was published in 1942, and to provide a book of
readings useful in teaching graduate courses in this field.
lecture note covers the following topics: Industrial Organization, Economics,
Benefits of Competition, Monopoly, Pass-Through and Market Power, Cartels,
Oligopoly, Price Discrimination, Efficiency aspects of price discrimination,
Strategic Behavior and Patent Policy.
Life stories of successful men by themselves. Found within are
chapters entitled: Marshall Field; Bell Telephone Talk; Why the American People
Like Helen Gould; Philip D. Armour's Business Career; What Miss Mary E. Proctor
Did to Popularize Astronomy; Boyhood Experience of President Schurman of Cornell
University; Story of John Wanamaker; Giving Up Five Thousand a Year to Become a
Sculptor; Nordica, What It Costs to Become a Queen of Song; How He Worked to
Secure a Foothold; John D. Rockefeller; Author of the Battle Hymn of the
Republic; A Talk With Edison; Carnegie As a Metal Worker; John B. Herreshoff,
the Yacht Builder; How Theodore Thomas Brought the People Nearer to Music; John
Burroughs at Home; Vreeland's Romantic Story; How James Whitcomb Riley Came to
Be Master of the Hoosier Dialect.