By Karl Aiginger, Jörg Finsinger
Applied commercial Organization bargains a point of view at the richness of empirical commercial association experiences. a few papers derive empirical implications from theoretical types, yet different papers begin from empirical facts and build a thought. 3 significant themes are explored: the function of innovation, the evolution of marketplace constitution and companies, and the determinations of functionality. because the important strength of industry economies, innovation is the essence of festival and leads to alterations to marketplace constructions. different forces using the evolution of markets and companies also are analyzed. ultimately, the determinants of profitability are investigated. particularly, features akin to rate flexibility, profitable creditors and monopoly rules are tested.
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M. SCHERER coefficient is small and statistically insignificant. Thus, we are led to conclude that even though productivity may have been affected by import shocks in specific cases (as in the steel industry), there is no evidence of systematic shock effects, favorable or unfavorable. 15 5. Conclusion The analysis here offers both bad news and good. The bad news is that, after removing the influence of the extremely dynamic computer industry, average manufacturing industry productivity in the United States throughout the 1980s grew at a disappointing pace, not much more rapidly than during the oil crisis-ridden 197378 period.
G. Scherer, 1982, pp. 629-632). ENERGY SHOCK EFFECTS Although the regression estimates presented thus far control for changes in real energy inputs per unit of labor input, the variable ~ E / L does not necessarily distinguish industries by their level of energy input intensity. Yet our earlier discovery that a cluster of industries experienced particularly poor productivity grQwth in the 1973-78 period compels a finer-grained investigation of the role energy intensity, and perhaps sensitivity to the OPEC shock of 1973-74, played.
108-115. K. Aiginger and J. ), Applied Industrial Organization, 35-50. © 1994 Kluwer Academic Publishers. K. K. Abstract. Recent debates about Industrial Policy are dominated by a concern to make firms "more innovative". In order to make progress in assessing the magnitude of the effects of innovation on corporate performance, one needs to know how such effects occur. We have contrasted two views of the effect of innovation - "the product view" and "the process view" - and have provided some evidence to suggest that both effects are evident in the data.
Applied Industrial Organization: Towards A Theory Based Empirical Industrial Organization by Karl Aiginger, Jörg Finsinger