E. and Emily H. King Professor of Business Institutions
Co-director of the Center
for the Study of Industrial Organization
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Merger Policy with Merger Choice (joint with Volker Nocke); forthcoming in the American Economic Review.
Does Retailer Power Lead to Exclusion? (joint with Patrick Rey); forthcoming in the RAND Journal of Economics.
Property Rights (joint with Ilya Segal). Revised August 2010. Survey prepared for the forthcoming Handbook of Organizational Economics.
A Simple Status Quo that Ensures Participation (with Application to Efficient Bargaining) (joint with Ilya Segal).
Theoretical Economics (6), January 2011, 109-25.
- Dynamic Merger Review
(joint with Volker Nocke).
Journal of Political Economy (118), December 2010, 1200-51.
- Taking the Dogma Out of Econometrics: Structural Modeling and Credible Inference
(joint with Aviv Nevo).
Journal of Economic Perspectives (24), Spring 2010, 69-82.
- Antitrust in Innovative Industries
(with I. Segal). American
Economic Review (97), December 2007, 1703-30.
(awarded 2008 Compass Lexicon Prize)
Policy Towards Horizontal Mergers. M. Armstrong and R. Porter,
of Industrial Organization, Vol. 3, Amsterdam:
is a new undergraduate intermediate microeconomics textbook by B.
Douglas Bernheim and Michael D. Whinston. The text takes a new
approach to the intermediate microeconomics course, including both
exciting recent developments (game theory, information economics,
behavioral economics) and an up-to-date approach to traditional material.
The book emphasizes relevance by explaining why it
when introducing a topic and by providing numerous real-world
applications that focus directly on the key concepts in the
theory. It also offers an innovative approach to quantitative
problem-solving that allows students to solve a wide variety of
quantitative problems (including utility-maximization and
cost-minimization problems, saving-consumption problems, and oligopoly
games) in non-calculus and intuitively-oriented calculus courses.
To go directly to the book’s page at the McGraw-Hill website, click
Antitrust Economics is available from The MIT Press. Clicking on the
graphic to the left will take you directly to the book's home page at
the MIT Press's web site.
a textbook by A. Mas-Colell, M.D. Whinston, and J.R. Green, is
available from the Oxford University
Press. Instructors can also get the accompanying exercise solutions
manual, by C. Hara, I. Segal, and S. Tadelis. Comments and corrections
are greatly appreciated, please send them to me (please do
not expect a response back, but this indicates no lack of thanks!).
Clicking on the graphic to the left will take you directly to the
book's home page at Oxford UP's web site.
310-1 Undergraduate Intermediate Microeconomics
- 410-3 Graduate Microeconomics
- 414-2 Contract Theory
- 450-1/450-3 Graduate Industrial Organization