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Equilibrium, Outcomes, and the Economics of Organization, International Journal of Industrial Organization

Abstract

Most empirical work in the economics of organization consists of theory-testing exercises, where the theories under examination rely on optimality principles but not equilibrium. This paper discusses recent attempts to bring equilibrium analysis into the economics of organization, highlighting the types of research questions that researchers can investigate and the evidentiary and analytical inputs necessary in such approaches.

Type

Article

Author(s)

Thomas N. Hubbard

Date Published

2010

Citations

Hubbard, N. Thomas. 2010. Equilibrium, Outcomes, and the Economics of Organization. International Journal of Industrial Organization. 28(4): 359-361.

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