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Industrial Organization

Industrial organization is a field of economics that studies the structure of and boundaries between firms and markets and the strategic interactions of firms. The study of industrial organization adds to the perfectly competitive model real-world frictions such as limited information, transaction costs, costs of adjusting prices, government actions, and barriers to entry by new firms into a market that may be associated with imperfect competition.

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