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1999, volume 20, issue 8

A quantile-based approach for relative efficiency measurement pp. 403-410
Paul M. Griffin and Paul H. Kvam
Who is 'most valuable'? Measuring the player's production of wins in the National Basketball Association pp. 411-427
David Berri
Uncertain tax rules and futures hedging pp. 429-436
Donald Lien
A geometric treatment of discriminatory pricing among spatially competitive suppliers, with antitrust applications pp. 437-445
Richard S. Higgins
Winners, losers and Microsoft: competition and antitrust in high technology, by Liebowitz, S.J. and Margolis, S.E. Foreword by Jack Hirshleifer. Oakland, CA: The Independent Institute, 1999, xiv+288 pp., $29.95 (cloth) pp. 447-448
Francois Melese

1999, volume 20, issue 7

Plant scale in entry decisions: a comparison of start-ups and established firm entrants pp. 353-364
Sam Hariharan and Thomas H. Brush
The role of market expansion on equilibrium bundling strategies pp. 365-377
Praveen K. Kopalle, Aradhna Krishna and João Assunção
The impact of signal dependence and own ability awareness on herding behaviour: a tale of two managers pp. 379-395
Xeni Dassiou
Competition, innovation and the Microsoft monopoly: antitrust in the digital marketplace, edited by Eisenach, J.A. and Lenard, T.M., Boston, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999, x+297 pp., $89.95 (cloth) pp. 397-398
Stan Liebowitz
Are Predatory Commitments Credible? Who Should the Courts Believe? by Lott, J.R. Jr., Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1999, x+173 pp., $29.00 (cloth). ISBN 0-22-649-3555 pp. 398-399
Donald J. Boudreaux
Secret Origins of Microeconomics: Dupuit and the Engineers, by Ekelund, R.B. Jr. and Hébert, R.F., Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1999, xv+468 pp., $40.00 (cloth). ISBN 0-226-19999-1 pp. 400-401
John K. Whitaker

1999, volume 20, issue 6

On the relationship between product substitutability and tacit collusion pp. 293-298
Rajeev K. Tyagi
The effect of the 1971 advertising ban on behavior in the cigarette industry pp. 299-303
Craig A. Gallet
Organizational performance and managerial turnover pp. 305-318
Rick Audas, Stephen Dobson and John Goddard
Selling prices and profits: what survey data tell about firms' rationality pp. 319-325
Tobias F. Rötheli
Skewness preference, mean-variance and the demand for put options pp. 327-342
Geoffrey Poitras and John Heaney
Corporate Social Awareness and Financial Outcomes, by Riahi-Belkaoui, A. Westport, CN: Quorum Books, 1999, xiv+194 pp., $65.00 (cloth) pp. 343-344
James G. Shelton
Foundations of organizational strategy, by Jensen, M.C., Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1998 pp. 344-345
William J. Carney
Morgan: American financier, by Strouse, J., New York: Random House, 1999, xv+796 pp., $34.95 (cloth) pp. 345-347
William Shughart
Marketing strategy and uncertainty, by Jagpal, S., New York: Oxford University Press, 1999, xvii+334 pp., $55.95 (cloth) pp. 347-349
Wolfgang Grassl
Unpaid Professionals: Commercialism and Conflict in Big-Time College Sports, by A. Zimbalist, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1999, xii+252 pp., $24.95 (cloth) pp. 349-351
William Shughart and Robert Tollison

1999, volume 20, issue 5

Managerial and Decision Economics: a UK Special Issue pp. 239-240
Antony Dnes
The substitutability of brands pp. 241-257
Gordon R. Foxall
The size of employee stakeholding in large UK corporations pp. 259-266
Bruce Rayton and Jonathan S. Seaton
Applying data visualization and knowledge discovery in databases to segment the market for risky financial assets pp. 267-280
D. Leece
Downsizing and productivity: The case of UK motor vehicle manufacturing 1974-1994 pp. 281-290
Alan Collins and Richard Harris
Commitment in long-term contracts pp. 291-292
Antony Dnes

1999, volume 20, issue 4

Share, price and category expenditure-geographic market effects and private labels pp. 175-187
William P. Putsis and Ronald Cotterill
How do workers decide their jobs? The influence of income, wage and job characteristics pp. 189-204
Inmaculada García-Mainar and José Alberto Molina
Incentives and job redesign: the case of the personal selling function pp. 205-216
Alex Thevaranjan and Kissan Joseph
'Stick to the knitting' vs. 'the mysteriously potent charm of diversification': the Greek evidence pp. 217-227
Vassilis Droucopoulos and Theodore Papadogonas
Competitive vertical foreclosure pp. 229-237
Richard S. Higgins

1999, volume 20, issue 3

Product market objectives and the formation of research joint ventures pp. 115-130
Patrick Greenlee and Bruno Cassiman
Multi-dimensional signaling with fixed-price repurchase offers pp. 131-150
William J. McNally
Learning from input-output mixes in DEA: a proportional measure for slack-based efficient projections pp. 151-161
Laurens Cherchye and Tom Van Puyenbroeck
Hostile-vs.-white-knight bidders pp. 163-171
Carolyn Carroll, John M. Griffith and Patricia M. Rudolph
TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE, THE LEARNING CURVE AND PROFITABILITY, by Jackson, D., Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing Inc., 1998, 240 pp., $80.00 pp. 173-174
Thomas R. Gulledge

1999, volume 20, issue 2

Inflation, output and stock prices: evidence from Latin America pp. 63-74
Bahram Adrangi, Arjun Chatrath and Todd M. Shank
The impact of anti-takeover charter amendments on expectations of future earnings and takeover activity pp. 75-86
Mark S. Johnson and Ramesh Rao
Investment decisions and managerial compensation design in the presence of product market rivalry pp. 87-97
Gregory E. Goering and T. Harikumar
On contracting for uncertain R&D pp. 99-106
Rajeev Goel
Full or partial market coverage? A note on spatial competition with elastic demand pp. 107-111
Giovanni Nero
To profit or not to profit: The commercial transformation of the nonprofit sector, edited by Weisbrod, B.A. Cambridge, NY: Cambridge University Press, 1998, XII+340 pp., $69.95 (cloth) pp. 113-114
James T. Bennett

1999, volume 20, issue 1

CEO ownership and firm value pp. 1-8
John M. Griffith
The role of debt and bankruptcy statutes in facilitating tacit collusion pp. 9-24
Julie Hunsaker
Joint ventures for entry deterrence pp. 25-35
Shaoping Zhao
Factor market effects upon product market equilibrium pp. 37-43
Gregory E. Goering, Michael Pippenger and Kelley Pace
A new criterion for technical efficiency measures: non-monotonicity across dimensions axioms pp. 45-59
Kristiaan Kerstens and Philippe Vanden Eeckaut
Special issue Managerial and Decision Economics pp. 61-61
Earl L. Grinols and David Mustard

1999, volume 19, issue 7-8

Management, organization and human nature: an introduction pp. 387-409
Lívia Markóczy and Jeff Goldberg
Seven deadly syndromes of management and organization: the view from evolutionary psychology pp. 411-426
Nigel Nicholson
An evolutionary account of women's workplace status pp. 427-440
Kingsley R. Browne
Humans as factors of production: an evolutionary analysis pp. 441-455
Paul Rubin and E. Somanathan
The bioeconomic causes of war pp. 457-466
Jack Hirshleifer
Cheater detection and altruistic behaviour: an experimental and methodological exploration pp. 467-480
Martin G. Evans and Young Chul Chang
Women and taxis and dangerous judgments: content sensitive use of base-rate information pp. 481-493
Lívia Markóczy and Jeffrey Goldberg
The human nature of management consulting: judgment and expertise pp. 495-503
Andrew Watson, Terence Rodgers and David Dudek
Status in organizations: where evolutionary theory ranks pp. 505-520
Deborah A. Waldron
Human nature and judicial interpretation of equal employment law pp. 521-535
Janet Spitz
Book review: Staying human in the organization: our biological heritage and the workplace, by Bernhard, J.G. and Glantz, K., Westport: Praeger, 1992; and Emotions in command: a naturalistic study of institutional dominance, by Salter, F.K., Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995 pp. 537-539
Barbara Decker Pierce and Roderick White
Book review: Unto others: the evolution and psychology of unselfish behavior, by Sober, E. and Wilson, D.S., Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press, 1998 pp. 539-540
Kenneth G. Binmore
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