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The aim of CRIEFF is to foster rigorous research in the economics of industry in its broadest sense. In implementing the research agenda of CRIEFF, in terms of its declared aims and objectives, its activities will certainly include mainstream industrial organisation, enterprise and finance, and yet should go beyond their traditional boundaries, as this is often where the new developments will occur.

The methods used can be theoretical, quantitative or qualitative. The research agenda includes mainstream industrial organization, R & D and technological diffusion, the organizational theory of the firm, the economics of entrepreneurship and the small firm, multinational firms, the economics of the single European market, venture capital investment, patenting, high technology clusters, pension reform, tax progressivity, income inequality, firm dynamics, speculative bubbles, and financial reporting.

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