I'm planning to teach an undergraduate course in industrial organization. Calculus is not a prerequisite. I also want to avoid doing too much game theory in it so as to not be duplicative of a similar course offering in game theory. Any recommendations on textbooks?
Luis M Cabral : Introduction to Industrial Organization :- This book has a combo of game-theory and Cost curves. It explains strategic concepts using no calculus. However, if you want more theoretical perspective , I would suggest reading the research papers (I have a course named Strategy , most of my readings are the journal papers on JSTOR or elsewhere).
If you could just expand on what your course comprises of , etc ; or give a link to the university website , may be I can tell you more books I know of.