Richard E. Caves

Richard E. Caves is Nathaniel Ropes Research Professor of Political Economy at Harvard University.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Switching Channels: Organization and Change in TV BroadcastingSwitching Channels: Organization and Change in TV BroadcastingCaves, Richard E.HARDCOVER09/15/2005$67.50
Cover: Creative Industries: Contracts between Art and CommerceCreative Industries: Contracts between Art and CommerceCaves, Richard E.PAPERBACK04/30/2002$37.50
Cover: Competition in an Open Economy: A Model Applied to CanadaCompetition in an Open Economy: A Model Applied to CanadaCaves, Richard E.
Porter, Michael E.
Spence, A. Michael
Scott, John T.
HARDCOVER06/09/1980$55.50
Cover: Capital Transfers and Economic Policy: Canada, 1951-1962Capital Transfers and Economic Policy: Canada, 1951-1962Caves, Richard E.
Reuber, Grant L.
HARDCOVER01/01/1971$55.50
Cover: Trade and Economic Structure: Models and MethodsTrade and Economic Structure: Models and MethodsCaves, Richard E.HARDCOVER01/01/1960$43.50
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