Online Text and Notes in European Economics

Nick Potts, Southampton Solent University

Three sets of lecture notes for a module on European integration.

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Alex Tabarrok and Tyler Cowen, George Mason University; Robin Grier, University of Oklahoma

Online course, intended as "a three week mini-course" including 22 videos (about 1.5 hours total), with self-test questions and discussion facilities for asking questions. It is structured into sections on background, further analysis, and underlying theory, with an additional section on banking in Iceland.

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Kevin Hinde, University of Northumbria

These lecture slide shows are from a second-level course at Northumbria. Lecture topics are: Introduction to Industrial Economics, The Welfare Costs of Market Power, Oligopoly, Collusion and Cartels, Vertical Restraints, Barriers to Entry, Predatory Behaviour, UK and EC Competition Policy, Mergers and European Merger Policy, and Privatisation and Regulation. They are available in PDF with some also as PowerPoint files.

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