Worksheets and Projects in Industrial Economics

David Paton, Nottingham University

Here are some workshop exercises (some based on problems in Church & Ware) used on the Industrial Economics module taught to Business School Masters at Nottingham University Business School. These are designed for students at their own pace under the supervision of a tutor. Their work is marked but does not form part of the module assessment.

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Paul Latreille, Swansea University

A simulation spreadsheet, user guide and exercise sheet, designed to allow students to explore various measures of industrial concentration and their behaviour under different scenarios, and hence to illustrate their performance in relation to, and the principles involved in, Hannah and Kay's (1977) 'axiomatic' properties characterising 'good' concentration measures.

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