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Competition, Monopoly and Corporate Governance

Essays in Honour of Keith Cowling

Edited by Michael Waterson

Competition, Monopoly and Corporate Governance covers three broad themes, each associated with a particular strand of Keith Cowling’s own writings in industrial economics and each represented by four specially commissioned papers.
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Chapter 14: Keith Cowling’s Academic Publications


BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS • • Industrial Policy in Europe: Theoretical Perspectives and Practical Proposals (ed.), Routledge, 1999. Europe’s Economic Challenge: Analyses of Industrial Strategy and Agenda for the 90s (ed. with P. Bianchi and R. Sugden), Routledge, 1994. Beyond Capitalism: Towards a New World Economic Order (with R. Sugden), Pinter, 1994. Current Issues in Industrial Economic Strategy (ed. with R. Sugden), Manchester University Press, 1992. A New Economic Policy for Britain: Essays on the Development of Industry (ed. with R. Sugden), Manchester University Press, 1990. Industrial Policy after 1992: An Anglo-German Perspective (ed. with H. Tomann), Anglo-German Foundation, 1990. Transnational Monopoly Capitalism (with R. Sugden), Wheatsheaf, 1987. Out of Work: Perspectives on Mass Unemployment (ed.), University of Warwick, 1984. Monopoly Capitalism, Macmillan, 1982. Revised Japanese edition, 1988. Mergers and Economic Performance (with others), Cambridge University Press, 1980. Advertising and Economic Behaviour (with J. Cable, M. Kelly and T. McGuiness), Macmillan, 1975. Market Structure and Corporate Behaviour: Theory and Empirical Analysis of the Firm (ed.), Gray-Mills, 1972. Resource Structure of the Agricultural Industry: An Economic Analysis (with D. Metcalf and A.J. Rayner), Pergamon, 1967. Determinants of Wage Inflation in Ireland, Economic Research Institute, Dublin, 1965. • • • • • • • • • • • • 297 298 Competition, monopoly and corporate governance ARTICLES AND PAPERS • ‘Revisiting the Roots of Japan’s Economic Stagnation: The Role of the Japanese Corporation’ (with Philip Tomlinson), International Review of Applied Economics, October 2002. ‘The Problem of Regional “Hollowing Out” in Japan: Lessons for Industrial Policy’, in R. Cheung et al. (eds), Urban and Regional Prosperity in a...

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