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09/20/2000 09:28 AM by Walter;
Textbooks use this case as an example of perfect competition. However, there have been studies that analyze the existence of asymmetric information (and hance adverse selection problems because of hidden information). [Manage messages]

09/15/2000 10:05 AM by name withheld; market structure
I am new to economics. I would be most grateful if someone could clarify to what kind of market structure do stockbroking firms operate in e.g. oligopoly, perfect competition etc..... [View full text and thread]

09/05/2000 09:02 AM by Walter;
I found all these references * Grossman and hart (1986): The Cost and Benefits of ownership. Journal of Political Economy, 94 * Hart and Moore (1990): Property Rights and the Nature of the Firm, Journal of Political Economy 98 * [View full text and thread]

08/30/2000 03:40 AM by manuel; teory of the firm
i am intereted in publications relating to recent teories about the role of the firms in modern economics thank you for your cooperation [View full text and thread]