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STEEL INDUSTRY.

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THE STEEL INDUSTRY: AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
Introduction
This research presents the results of an economic analysis of the steel industry in the United States. These results are presented in discussions related to (1) market structure, industry concentration, barriers to entry, the ability of the industry to control prices, non price competition within the industry, and the effects of foreign competition on the industry, the impact of government on these factors, (2) market segmentation, (3) the incorporation of new technologies and managerial innovations into the industry, and (4) industry profitability.
Market Structure, Industry Concentration, Ability to Control Prices, Non Price Competition, Foreign Competition, and Effects of Go
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Citation Style APA
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Pages 9
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