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  • Author:
    Roger Sherman
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    0521363152
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    978-0521363150
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    Cambridge University Press (March 31, 1989)
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    328 pages
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This study shows how to develop ideal policies when monopoly must be relied upon in place of competition and it explains why it will be difficult to induce monopolies to pursue such policies. The author develops economic welfare foundations that allow for the evaluation of an enterprise's performance from a social welfare point of view. When competition can function it brings out the best possible performance. When competition cannot function. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

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The book examines what is known about ways to improve these incentives and familiarizes the reader with all major tools of analysis for monopoly regulation. Аннотация: This study shows how to develop ideal policies when monopoly must be relied upon in place of competition and it explains why it will be difficult to induce monopolies to pursue such policies. Professor Sherman covers public choice difficulties of government intervention, and describes problems with incentives in statutory monopolies and efforts to overcome them through the study of principal-agent relationships. Contestability and sustainable prices are also discussed, as well as effects of uncertainty and imperfect information.

Roger Sherman, American economics educator. University Bristol fellow, 1968-1969; Fulbright lecturer, Madrid, 1972; Science Center Berlinfellow, 1975, 79, 80; Rockefeller Foundation Visiting scholar, 1985. Board directors McGuffey Art Center, Charlottesville, 1984-1992. Lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, 1953-1962. This study shows how to develop ideal policies when monopoly must be relied upon in place of competition and it explains why it will be difficult to induce monopolies to pursue such policies.

The Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890 (26 Stat. § 1–7) is a United States antitrust law that regulates competition among enterprises, which was passed by Congress under the presidency of Benjamin Harrison. The Sherman Act broadly prohibits (1) anticompetitive agreements and (2) unilateral conduct that monopolizes or attempts to monopolize the relevant market. The Act authorizes the Department of Justice to bring suits to enjoin (.

Roger Sherman (Sherman, Roger). used books, rare books and new books. ISBN 9780511572005 (978-0-511-57200-5) Cambridge University Press, 2011. Find all books by 'Roger Sherman' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Roger Sherman'. Acts and Laws of the State of Connecticut in America. by Connecticut, Roger Sherman. ISBN 9781142934729 (978-1-142-93472-9) Softcover, Nabu Press, 2010. Find signed collectible books: 'The Regulation of Monopoly'.

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Professor Sherman covers public choice difficulties of government intervention, and describes problems with incentives in.The Regulation of Monopoly," Cambridge Books, Cambridge University Press, number 9780521368629, December.

Professor Sherman covers public choice difficulties of government intervention, and describes problems with incentives in statutory monopolies and efforts to overcome them through the study of principal-agent relationships. Handle: RePEc:cup:cbooks:9780521368629.

This study shows how to develop ideal policies when monopoly must be relied upon in place of competition and it explains why it will be difficult to induce monopolies to pursue such policies. The author develops economic welfare foundations that allow for the evaluation of an enterprise's performance from a social welfare point of view. When competition can function it brings out the best possible performance. When competition cannot function, however, welfare foundations can be used to prescribe socially desirable policies. Without competition, an enterprise is not induced to pursue these policies. Indeed, incentives created within public utilities are shown to be quite undesirable. The book examines what is known about ways to improve these incentives and familiarizes the reader with all major tools of analysis for monopoly regulation.