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he course covers the standard variety of topics in industrial organization. It is also expected that the students will learn how to apply these concepts to better understand the problems industrial economists study: determination of price and quality patterns, the sources and measurement of monopoly power, competition policy issues, R&D behavior of firms, etc. Finally, the course will briefly explain how the basic models of industrial organization are developed and used to study the relevant economic questions. The course appeals to the economic intuition rather than formal models. However, it requires from the students some knowledge in microeconomics. Knowledge of some basic calculus and basic optimization is also strongly appreciated, though not absolutely necessary.