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SIZE DOES MATTER:THE EFFECTS OF MARKET SIZE ON OPTIMAL COMPETITION POLICY

@inproceedings{Gal2002SIZEDM,
  title={SIZE DOES MATTER:THE EFFECTS OF MARKET SIZE ON OPTIMAL COMPETITION POLICY},
  author={Michal S. Gal},
  year={2002}
}
  • M. Gal
  • Published 2002
  • Economics, Business
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION...........................................................1438 1.1 DEFINITION OF A SMALL MARKET ECONOMY.......................1439 1.2 THE NEED FOR A SPECIALLY TAILORED COMPETITION POLICY...................................................................................1441 1.3 THE IMPORTANCE OF EVALUATING THE IMPLICATION OF SMALL SIZE ......................................................................1442 CHAPTER 2: THE ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF SMALL MARKET… 

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