Table of Contents

for Industrial Organization by Oz Shy 

Chapter 1.  Introduction
    1.1  The Study of Industrial Organization
    1.2  Law and Economics
    1.3  Industrial Organization and International Trade
    1.4  References

PART I: THEORETICAL BACKGROUND

Chapter 2.  Basic Concepts in Noncooperative Game Theory
    2.1  Normal Form Games
    2.2  Extensive Form Games
    2.3  Repeated Games
    2.4  Appendix: Games with Mixed Actions
    2.5  Appendix: Games with Imperfect Information
    2.6  Exercises
    2.7  References

Chapter 3.  Technology, Production Cost, and Demand
    3.1  Technology and Cost
    3.2  The Demand Function
    3.3  Appendix: Consumer Surplus: Quasi-Linear Utility
    3.4  Exercises

PART II: MARKET STRUCTURES AND ORGANIZATION

Chatper 4.  Perfect Competition
    4.1  Non-Increasing Returns to Scale
    4.2  Increasing Returns to Scale
    4.3  Marginal-Cost Pricing and Social Welfare
    4.4  Exercises
    4.5  References

Chapter 5.  The Monopoly
    5.1  The Monopoly's Profit-Maximization Problem
    5.2  Monopoly and Social Welfare
    5.3  Discriminating Monopoly
    5.4  The Cartel and the Multiplant Monopoly
    5.5  Durable-Goods Monopolies
    5.6  Appendix: The Legal Approach
    5.7  Exercises
    5.8  References

Chapter 6.  Markets for Homogeneous Products
    6.1  Cournot Market Structure
    6.2  Sequential Moves
    6.3  Bertrand Market Structure
    6.4  Cournot versus Bertrand
    6.5  Self-Enforcing Collusion
    6.6  International Trade in Homogeneous Products
    6.7  Appendix: Cournot with Heterogeneous Firms
    6.8  Exercises
    6.9  References

Chapter 7.  Markets for Differentiated Products
   7.1  Two Differentiated Products
   7.2  Monopolistic Competition in Differentiated Products
   7.3  "Location" Models
   7.4  Appendix: Inverting Demand Systems
   7.5  Appendix: Equilibrium in the Linear City
   7.6  Exercises
   7.7  References

Chapter 8.  Concentration, Mergers, and Entry Barriers
    8.1  Concentration Measures
    8.2  Mergers
    8.3  Entry Barriers
    8.4  Entry Deterrence
    8.5  Contestable Markets
    8.6  Appendix: Merger and Antitrust Law
    8.7  Appendix: Entry Deterrence and Antitrust Law
    8.8  Exercises
    8.9  References
PART III: TECHNOLOGY AND MARKET STRUCTURE

Chapter 9.  Research and Development
    9.1  Classifications of Process Innovation
    9.2  Innovation Race
    9.3  Cooperation in R&D
    9.4  Patents
    9.5  Licensing an Innovation
    9.6  Governments and International R&D Races
    9.7  Appendix: Patent Law
    9.8  Appendix: Legal Approach to R&D Joint Ventures
    9.9  Mathematical Appendix
    9.10 Exercises
    9.11 References

Chapter 10.  The Economics of Compatibility and Standards
    10.1  The Network Externalities Approach
    10.2  The Supporting Services Approach
    10.3  The Components Approach
    10.4  Exercises
    10.5  References

PART IV: MARKETING

Chapter 11.  Advertising
    11.1  Persuasive Advertising
    11.2  Informative Advertising
    11.3  Targeted Advertising
    11.4  Comparison Advertising
    11.5  Other Issues Concerning Advertising
    11.6  Appendix: Advertising Regulations
    11.7  Exercises
    11.8  References

Chapter 12.  Quality, Durability, and Warranties
    12.1  Personal Income and Quality Purchase
    12.2  Quality as Vertical Product Differentiation
    12.3  Market Structure, Quality, and Durability
    12.4  The Innovation-Durability Tradeoff
    12.5  The Market for Lemons
    12.6  Quality-Signaling Games
    12.7  Warranties
    12.8  Appendix: The Legal Approach to Products Liability
    12.9  Exercises
    12.10 References

Chapter 13.  Pricing Tactics: Two-Part Tariff and Peak-Load Pricing
    13.1  Two-Part Tariff
    13.2  Nonuniform Pricing
    13.3  Peak-Load Pricing
    13.4  Can Firms "Control" the Seasons?
    13.5  Exercises
    13.6  References

Chapter 14.  Marketing Tactics: Bundling, Upgrading, and Dealerships
    14.1  Bundling and Tying
    14.2  Killing Off Markets for Used Textbooks
    14.3  Dealerships
    14.4  Appendix: The Legal Approach to Tying
    14.5  Appendix: Legal Approach to Vertical Restraints
    14.6  Exercises
    14.7  References

PART V: THE ROLE OF INFORMATION

Chapter 15.  Management, Compensation, and Regulation
    15.1  The Principal-Agent Problem
    15.2  Production with Teams
    15.3  Competition and Managerial Compensation
    15.4  Why Executives Are Paid More than Workers
    16.5  Regulating a Firm under Unknown Cost
    16.6  Exercises
    16.7  References

Chapter 16.  Price Dispersion and Search Theory
    16.1  Price Dispersion
    16.2  Search Theory
    16.3  Mathematical Appendix
    16.4  Exercises
    16.5  References

PART VI: SELECTED INDUSTRIES

Chapter 17.  Miscellaneous Industries 
    17.1  Restaurant Economics
    17.2  The Airline Industry
    17.3  The Fishing Industry
    17.4  Public Roads and Congestion
    17.5  Exercises
    17.6  References