A collection of thirteen studies of individual industries that mirror the sectored composition of the current U.S. economy. A specialist for the industry in question authors each study, and each looks closely at competitive forces at work within the industry and addresses the role of government intervention. Containing over 40% new material, the second edition includes four new industry profiles: electric power, local phone service, motion pictures, and microcomputer platforms.
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