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Integration and competition in the petroleum industry

Melvin Gardner De Chazeau

Integration and competition in the petroleum industry

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Published by Yale University Press in New Haven, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum industry and trade -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Melvin G. de Chazeau and Alfred E. Kahn.
    SeriesPetroleum monograph series -- 3
    ContributionsKahn, Alfred E
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9565
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13916462M

    The domestic automotive industry emerged from the recession of – (when it posted a cumulative loss of $ billion) to a record post-World War II expansion between and , during which time it earned $61 billion. Restricted Japanese competition between and , buyer preference for trucks and larger, well-equipped cars.   His other publications include "Great Britain in the World Economy," "Fair Competition," "The Law and Economics of Antitrust Policy" (co-authored), and "Integration and Competition in the Petroleum Industry" (co-authored). After the liberalization of the Indian economy, the company was faced with serious competition from the private sector, and had limited access to the upstream segment. In , Indian Oil Corporation Limited attempted to vertically integrate in order to .


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Integration and competition in the petroleum industry by Melvin Gardner De Chazeau Download PDF EPUB FB2

This is a long book, but it deals with an important, complicated, and rapidly changing industry, no aspect of which proved alien to the assigned topic.

One cannot assess the organization and performance of an industry like petroleum with a few deftly selected statistics, nicely designed experiments, or cogently phrased paragraphs.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Original ed. issued as v. 3 of Petroleum monograph series. Description: xviii, pages 23 cm. Integration and competition in the petroleum industry book Additional Physical Format: Online version: De Chazeau, Melvin G.

(Melvin Gardner). Integration and competition in the petroleum industry. New Haven, Yale University Press, INTEGRATION AND COMPETITION IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY. Petroleum Monograph Series, 3. By Melvin G. deChazeau and Alfred E. Kahn. New Haven: Yale University Press. xviii, $ This volume is the third and final monograph of a series financed under a grant made to the Yale University Press by the influential Amer.

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This paper demonstrates that vertical integration in the U.S. petroleum industry represents a competitive response to the disabilities associated with market contracting. If intermediate product markets could operate, according to the frictionless textbook ideal, then vertical integration between the various operations in the industry would not.

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The "integration" paradigm broke down, with the upstream (exploration and production) decoupling from the downstream (marketing and refining).

The remainder of this article focuses on the downstream, the restructuring of which was, as discussed in the example on the paper industry, largely caused by an event elsewhere in the value chain.

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