Solution Manual for Market Regulation 1st Edition by Roger Sherman

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Solution Manual for Market Regulation 1st Edition by Roger Sherman

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Description Solution Manual for Market Regulation 1st Edition by Roger Sherman Table of Contents INTRODUCTION 1 Introduction to Market Regulation 1.1 Governmental Market Regulation 1.2 The Context of Market Regulation 1.3 Law and Politics 2 Competition as Market Regulator 2.1 The Firm’s Production Costs 2.2 Competition as Regulator 2.3 The Economic Welfare Goal of Market Regulation 3 Problems for Competition as Regulator 3.1 Entry and Exit Barriers 3.2 Monopoly 3.3 Differentiated Products 3.4 Externality 3.5 Imperfect Information 3.6 Transaction Costs PART I THE REGULATION OF COMPETITION 4 Focus of the Law: The Modern Business Firm 4.1 The Business Firm and the Market 4.2 The Goal of the Firm 4.3 Corporate Finance 4.4 Hierarchy and Control 4.5 Corporate Mergers 4.6 Vertical Integration and Vertical Restraints 5 Market Structure 5.1 Market Structure 5.2 Duopoly and Oligopoly 5.3 Entry and Conditions 5.4 Concentration Measures 5.5 Empirical Evidence Appendix 5.1 Cournot’s Solution to Duopoly Appendix 5.2 Cournot from Monopoly to Many Firms Appendix 5.3 Entry in the Cournot Model Appendix 5.4 Stackelberg’s Leader-Follower Solution 6 Market Strategy 6.1 The Tools of Strategy 6.2 Price Competition Among Few Firms 6.3 Non-Price Competition 6.4 Advertising 7 Market Innovation 7.1 Intellectual Property and Technological Change 7.2 Appropriating Gains from Innovation 7.3 Patents and the Appropriability of Gains 7.4 Market Structure and Incentive for Innovation 7.5 Patent Races and Other Dynamic Effects of Competition 7.6 The Internet as an Example of Major Innovation 8 The Origin and Development of Antitrust Law 8.1 The Beginnings of Antitrust Policy 8.2 The Sherman Act 8.3 The Clayton and Federal Trade Commission Acts 8.4 Enforcement Agencies and Remedies 8.5 Should Courts Oppose Monopoly Conduct or Monopoly Power? 8.6 Government Control of Mergers 8.7 Unfair and Deceptive Practices Appendix 8.1 Horizontal Merger Guidelines Appendix 8.2 Time Line for Major Antitrust Legislation 9 Applications of Antitrust Law 9.1 The Firm and Market Structure 9.2 The Firm and Market Strategy 9.3 The Firm and Market Innovation PART II THE REGULATION OF INDUSTRIES 10 Industry Regulation 10.1 When Competition Fails to Regulate 10.2 Competitive Markets or Government Intervention? 10.3 The Transformation of Regulated Industries 10.4 Economic Welfare Revisited 11 Pricing Principles 11.1 Peak-Load Pricing 11.2 Ramsey Pricing 11.3 Nonuniform Pricing 11.4 Access Pricing Appendix 11.1 Socially Optimal Pricing Appendix 11.2 Long-Run Marginal-Cost Pricing Appendix 11.3 Axiomatic Pricing 12 Institutions of Industry Regulation 12.1 Industry Regulatory Agencies 12.2 Regulated Enterprises 12.3 Rate-of-Return Regulation 12.4 Designing a Regulatory Mechanism 12.5 Price-Cap Regulation 12.6 The Role of Access in Transforming Regulated Industries Appendix 12.1 Rate-of-Return Regulation and Its Origins 13 Postal Service 13.1 The Budget-Constrained Public Enterprise 13.2 Creation of the United States Postal Service 13.3 Maximizing Welfare or Expenditure 13.4 Ramsey Pricing in the United States Postal Service 13.5 Unbundling Postal Service Functions Appendix 13.1 Budget vs. Welfare Maximizing Prices Appendix 13.2 Pricing Guidelines of the Postal Reorganization Act 14 Communications Services 14.1 The Economics of Telephone Networks 14.2 Early Regulation of the United States Telephone Industry 14.3 The Modification of Final Judgment 14.4 The Telecommunications Act of 1996 14.5 New Sources of Telecommunications Competition Appendix 14.1 Double Double Marginalization in a Telephone Network Appendix 14.2 Tariff Wars After Interconnection 15 Communication for News and Entertainment 15.1 Network Compatibility in Broadcasting 15.2 Broadcasting as a Public Good 15.3 Cable Service 15.4 Convergence of Broadcast, Cable and Telephone, and the Telecommunications Act of 1996 16 Transportation 16.1 Railroad Transportation 16.2 Truck Transportation 16.3 Bus Travel and Urban Transportation 16.4 Pricing the Road Network 16.5 Air Transportation Appendix 16.1 Major Railroad Legislation Appendix 16.2 Major Federal Truck, Bus, and Highway Legislation Appendix 16.3 Major Federal Airline Legislation 17 Energy 17.1 Coal and Nuclear Power 17.2 Oil 17.3 Natural Gas 17.4 Renewable Energy 18 Electricity 18.1 The Electricity Industry 18.2 Organization of the Electricity Industry 18.3 Markets for Power 18.4 Competition in a Restructured Electricity Industry Appendix 18.1 A Transmission Grid Illustration of Congestion Cost Appendix 18.2 Illustration of Restructured Electricity Industry PART III SOCIAL REGULATION 19 Social Regulation of Markets 19.1 Externalities 19.2 Imperfect Information 19.3 Fairness for Workers 19.4 Consequences of Firm Failure 20 Pursuing Social Regulation 20.1 Benefit-Cost Analysis 20.2 Valuing Nonmarket Objects 20.3 Command and Control Means of Social Regulation 20.4 Tax-Subsidy and Property-Right Means of Social Regulation 20.5 Information as Regulation 21 EnvironmentalProtection 21.1 Air, Water, and Land Pollution 21.2 Command-and-Control Means of Protecting the Air 21.3 Pollution-Right Means of Protecting the Air 21.4 Protecting Water and Land Appendix 21.1 National Ambient Air Quality Standards 22 Worker Protection 22.1 Protection in Markets 22.2 Employment Discrimination Laws 22.3 Occupational Safety and Health Laws 22.4 Retirement Security Laws 23 Consumer Protection 23.1 The Courts and Product Liability 23.2 State Laws 23.3 The Food and Drug Administration 23.4 The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 23.5 The Consumer Product Safety Commission 23.6 The Federal Trade Commission on Unfair and Misleading Claims 23.7 Consumer Protection for Securities Trading 24 Protecting against Effects of Firm Failure 24.1 Banking Industry Regulation 24.2 Insurance Industry Regulation 24.3 Firm Failure in the Twenty-First Century

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