ECO310H1: Empirical Industrial Organization


The quantitative analysis of firms' strategies in real-world industries, using tools from applied microeconomics and statistics. Topics include: studies of monopoly, oligopoly, imperfect competition, and the estimation of demand and cost functions that underpin these markets. Note: hands-on analysis of real-world data using computer programs is a course requirement. The course is open to all students who meet the prerequisites, and necessary support for applicable software is provided.

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