La rentabilidad desde la organización industrial: Una revisión de trabajos
Ortiz Correa, Javier Santiago
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The issue of profits has been interpreted from different traditions of the economic analysis, this article presents the analysis made by the industrial organization theory. The industrial organization theory is the discipline of the economics that studies how the producers organize themselves in the structures of the market; its development comes from the classical strand, in which the industry level explains the differences between profits, to the neoclassical and strategic and management proposals, which are based on the firm characteristics. The evolution of this topic is presented making reference to some articles using the VARCOMP, a procedure that allows to establish the share of some factors, called “effects”, in the total variance of a variable. This procedure was taken by the group of research on economics and business, to apply it to a sample of manufacturing companies in Colombia, during the period 1995-2000.