2 edition of Political theories of monopoly power. found in the catalog.
Political theories of monopoly power.
1957 by Bureau of Governmental Research, College of Business and Public Administration, University of Maryland in College Park .
Written in English
|Series||University of Maryland. Bureau of Governmental Research. Studies in government|
|LC Classifications||HD2731 .L33|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||a 57009532|
At least this was the case before the publication of Manuela Mosca’s latest book, Monopoly Power and Competition: The Italian Marginalist Perspective. Now a gap has been filled. This book is the first to recount the history of what the economists of the nineteenth century wrote on monopoly power and its causes. No one had done that before her. A major new introduction to theories of public policy. The author provides an accessible assessment of a wide range of theories and models from policy cycles, policy transfer, rational choice and socio-economic explanations to multi-level governance, advocacy coalitions and punctuated equilibrium and of their value to policy analysis.
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Microeconomists and industrial organisation scholars would similarly benefit from the knowledge of the origins of many microeconomic tools and notions.’Author: Manuela Mosca.
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Monopoly power and ebook the Italian marginalist perspective. [Manuela Mosca] -- This defining and original book explores the history of monopoly power and of its relation to competition, focusing on the innovative contributions of the Italian marginalists - Pareto, Pantaleoni.