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Oregon State University

department of economics

 

Professor Victor J. Tremblay

 

 

Office Address
Department of Economics
319A Ballard Extension Hall
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331-3612

Contact Information
Tel: 541-737-1471
Fax:541-737-5917
E-Mail: v.tremblay@oregonstate.edu

Fields of Interest
Industrial Organization
Microeconomics
Applied Game Theory
Applied Econometrics

Special Editor
"Industry Issues" section of The Review of Industrial Organization



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Brewing Industry (Malt Beverage or Beer Industry) Research:

Book Cover
Victor and Carol Tremblay have authored a book The U.S. Brewing Industry: Data and Economic Analysis, MIT Press, 2005. This represents the culmination of almost 25 years of research in which they analyze the important economic issues facing the brewing industry, 1950-2002. These include changes in demand and cost conditions, the causes and consequences of rising concentration, price, advertising, and other firm strategies, and the impact of advertising, excise taxes, and antitrust regulations on the economic performance of the industry. They focus on the macro or mass-producing brewers but also discuss the microbrewery and import sectors of the market. A unique feature of the book is that it provides a comprehensive dataset, including annual industry data on demand and cost variables (1950-2002), annual financial data from the 25 leading brewers (1950-2002), and annual production data from the leading 100 brewers (1947-2003). You can read more about the book on the following links to MIT Press and Amazon Books.

 

Curriculum Vitae

 

Courses:

 

Econ 199: The Economics of the U.S. Brewing Industry

Syllabus

 

Econ 201, Introduction to Microeconomics

Syllabus

Grade and Answer Key

Review Sheets for Tests 1,2, and Final

Review Final Exam

 

Econ 311, Intermediate Microeconomic Theory I

Syllabus

Review/Homework Questions

 

Econ 460/560, Industrial Organization

Syllabus

Review/Homework Questions 1

Review/Homework Questions 2

Oligopoly Models

 

Econ 513, Microeconomic Theory II

Syllabus

Comparative Statics

Homework #1

Homework #2

Oligopoly Models

 

Econ 613, Advanced Microeconomics Theory II

Syllabus and Homework

 

Econ 660, Graduate Industrial Organization

Syllabus

 

Applied Game Theory, Summer 2004

Syllabus

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Last Update : 1/30/2004