A study of the computer manufacturing industry in the United States
Billings, Thomas Hadley
Hogan, Richard Claude
Musgrave, Gerald L.
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A study of the origins and evolution of the computer manufacturing industry in the United S-cates, with emphasis on the economic importance of its present structure and conduct. The examination of supply and demand as determinants of the market mechanism is presented in a classic outline of current economic form for the market structure, conduct and performance of basic industries. The analysis of demand utilizes the first published government material on the computer industry. Derivation of Lorenz curves for this new industry and its concentration represent the first so produced. The synthesis of the manufacturers' performance is developed from the structure and conduct. That performance is separately examined in reference to public policy, with emphasis on current legal actions and antitrust suits.
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