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01-5: The Effect of Format Changes and Ownership Consolidation on Radio Station Outcomes
C.J. Romeo and A.R. Dick
01-4: Critical Thinking about "Critical Loss" in Antitrust
K. Danger and Harry E. Frech
01-3: Competition and Price Dispersion in International Long Distance Calling
S. Ennis
01-2: How Many Trademarks Does it Take to Protect a Brand? The Optimal Number of Trademarks, Branding Strategy and Brand Performance
M. Sullivan
01-1: The Impact of Uncertainty and Sunk Costs on Firm Dynamics and Industry Structure: Evidence from the U.S. Manufacturing Sector
Vivek Ghosal
00-12: Toward an Empirical Foundation for Federal Sentencing Practice: An Evaluation of Corporate Sentencing Data
C.R. Alexander, J. Arlen and Mark A. Cohen
00-11: Price Discrimination via Proprietary Aftermarkets
E. Emch
00-10: Do Newspaper JOA's Charge Monopoly Advertising Rates? Theory and Evidence
C. Romeo, Russell Pittman and N. Familant
00-9: Pivotal Buyers and Bargaining Power
A. Raskovich
00-8: Existence of Stationary Equilibrium in the Markets for New and Used Durable Goods
Hideo Konishi and M.T. Sandfort
00-7: Potentail Foreign Competition in U.S. Manufacturing
Vivek Ghosal
00-6: A Gibbs Sampler for Mixed Logit Analysis of Differentiated Product Markets Using Aggregate Data
C.J. Romeo
00-5: Privatization and Regulatory Reform in Brazil: The Case of Freight Railways
Antonio Estache, Andrea Goldstein and Russell Pittman
00-4: The Economic Logic for Conditioning Bell Entry into Long Market Distance on the Prior Opening of Local Markets
Marius Schwartz
00-3: Fable in Another Key Path Dependence and the Licensing of Music Performance Rights
W.W. Nye
00-2: The Effect of the Big Eight Accounting Firm Mergers on the Market for Audit Services
M.W. Sullivan
00-1: Product Sequencing: Co-Evolution of Knowledge, Capabilities and Products
C.E. Helfat and R.S. Raubitschek
99-2: Endogenous Formation of Competitive Research Sharing Joint Ventures
P. Greenlee
99-1: The Goals of Milk Policy
S. Kimmel
97-4: Analysing Welfare in Related Markets: Durable Goods and Aftermarkets
M.J. McCabe
97-3: Effects of the Assumed Demand System on Simulated Postmerger Equilibrium
P. Crooke, Luke Froeb, S. Tschantz and G.J. Werden
97-2: Competition Law in Central Eastern Europe: Five Years Later
Russell Pittman
97-1: A Robust test for Consumer Welfare Enhancing Mergers Among Sellers of a Homogeneous Product
Luke Froeb and G.J. Werden
96-11: Demand Elasticities in Antitrust Analysis
G.J. Werden
96-10: Lowering Price by Buying Competitors in Order to Shut Them Down
S. Kimmel
96-09: Contracts to Mitigate Deadweight Loss
A. Raskovick
96-08: The Entry Including Effects of Horizontal Mergers
G.J. Werden and Luke Froeb
96-07: Why Do Corporations Become Criminals? An Agency Explanation
C.R. Alexander and Mark A. Cohen
96-06: INTELSAT: a Reform Proposal
M.A. Einhorn
96-05: New Evidence on the Origins of Corporate Crime
C.R. Alexander and Mark A. Cohen
96-04: Moral Hazard and the Market for Used Automobiles
E.R. Dunham
96-03: Dynamic Behavior of Regulated Firms: Evidence from Nuclear Utility
M.J. McCabe and J.G. Hewlett
96-02: Simulating the Effects of Differentiated Products Mergers
G.J. Werden
96-01: A Robust Test for Consumer Welfare Enhancing Mergers Among Sellers of Differentiated Products
G.J. Werden
95-03: Cheap Talk, Price Annoncements, and Collusive Coordination
W. Gillespie
95-02: Simulation as an Alternative to Structural Merger Policy in Differentiated Products Industries
G.J. Werden, G.J. and Luke Froeb
95-01: A Quality-Signaling Rationale for Aftermarket Tying
Marius Schwartz and G.J. Werden
94-3: Principals, Agents, and the Learning Curve: The Case of Steam-Electric Power Plant design and Construction
M.J. McCabe
94-2: Incorporating Dynamic Efficiency Concerns in Merger Analysis: The Use of Innovation Markets
R.J. Gilgert and S.C. Sunshine
94-1: The Use of the Logit Model in Applied Industrial Organization
G.J. Werden, Luke Froeb and Timothy Tardiff
93-11: Vertical Control with Costly Free-Riding
A. Raskovich
93-10: Restructuring the Polish Railway for Competition
J.A. Ordover and Russell Pittman
93-9: Is Cost-of-Service Regulation Worth the Cost?
T.J. Brennan
93-8: The Existence of Pareto Superior Price Limits
L.E. Kodres and D.P. O'Brein,
93-7: Vertical Contracts as Strategic Commitments
C.R. Alexander and D. Reiffen
93-6: Parallel Imports, Demand Dispersion and International Price Discrimination
David A. Malueg and Marius Schwartz
93-5: The Demsetz Postulate and the Effects of Mergers in Differentiated Products Industries
Luke Froeb, G.J. Werden and Timothy Tardiff
93-4: The Effects of Mergers in Differentiated products Industries: Logit Demand and Structural Merger Policy
G.J. Werden and Luke Froeb
93-3: Some Economic Issues in Licensing of Misic Performance Rights: Controversies in Recent ASCP-BMI Litigation
W.W. Nye
93-2: What Is the Effect of Bid-Rigging on Prices
G.J. Werden, R.A. Koyak and Luke Froeb
93-1: Horizontal Mergers: Law, Policy, and Economies
G.A. Hay and G.J. Werden
92-10: Mergers the Substantially Lessen Competition: A Benefit- Cost Approach to Merger Enforcement
F. Gramlich
92-9: Competition Policies for Natural Monopolies in a Developing Countries
J.A. Ordover and Russell Pittman
92-8: The History of Antitrust Market Delineation
G.J. Werden
92-7: Has Competition Failed in the Credit Card Market?
A. Raskovich and Luke Froeb
92-6: Interval Contracts
G.S Vistnes
92-3: Durable Goods Monopoly with a Finite But Uncertain Number of Consumers
D.W. Majerus
91-10: Some Critical Provisions in the Antimonopoly Laws of Central and Eastern Europe
Russell Pittman
91-9: A Fundamental Bias in Studying Effects of Concentartion on Price
S. Kimmel
91-8: Market Power and Price Increases for Basic Cable Service Deregualtion
R. Rubinovitz
91-6: Correlation, Causality, and all that Jazz: The Inherent Shortcomings of Price Tests for Antitrust Market Delineation
Luke Froeb and G.J. Werden
91-5: Price Wars and Demand Fluctuations: A Re-exemination of the Joint Executive Committee
R.J. Town
91-4: An Empirical Investigation of Procurement Contract Structures
G.S. Vistnes
91-1: TWO-PART TARIFFS TO COMPETING FIRMS: DESTRUCTIVE RECONTRACTING, NONDISCRIMINATION, AND EXCLUSIVITY
Randolph Preston McAfee and Marius Schwartz
90-10: ENTRY, EXIT, AND PERFORMANCE IN AIRLINE MARKET
A.S. Joskow, G.J. Werden and R.L. Johnson
90-9: COLLUSIVE BEHAVIOR AND PARTIAL OWNERSHIP OF RIVALS
David A. Malueg
90-6: SPECIFIC INVESTMENTS, CONTRACTS, AND OPPORTUNISM: THE EVOLUTION OF RAILROAD SIDETRACK AGREEMENTS
Russell Pittman
90-5: FOUR SUGGESTIONS ON MARKET DELINEATION
G.J. Werden
90-4: ANTITRUST POLICY TOWARD HORIZONTAL MERGERS: A COMMENT ON FARRELL AND SHAPIRO
G.J. Werden
90-3: MARKET DELINEATION UNDER THE MERGER GUIDELINES: THE ROLE OF RESIDUAL DEMAND ELASTICITIES
Luke Froeb and G.J. Werden
90-2: THE ROLE OF PROPERTY RIGHTS IN DETERMINING THE VALUE OF THE HART-SCOTT- RODINO ACT
C.R. Alexander and Bruce Harold Kobayashi
90-1: MORAL HAZARD IN THE THRIFT INDUSTRY
R. Rubinovitz
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