4 edition of Economics ofthe firm found in the catalog.
Economics ofthe firm
Arthur A. Thompson
|Statement||Arthur A. Thompson, Jr.|
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|Number of Pages||638|
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This comprehensive collection of over practice exam-style multiple choice questions covers a variety of Theory of the Firm topics for the second year of linear A Level Economics. This book brings together classic writings on the economic nature and organization of firms, including works by Ronald Coase, Oliver Williamson, and Michael Jensen and William Meckling, as well as more recent contributions by Paul Milgrom, Bengt Holmstrom, .
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