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1998, volume 19, issue 6

Analysis of marketing mix interaction effects and interdependencies: a normative approach pp. 343-353
Marc Logman and Wilfried Pauwels
A model of management teams pp. 355-363
Eduardo Ley and Mark Steel
The efficiency of TVA power distributors pp. 365-376
E. Tylor Claggett and Gary Ferrier
Thanks for the memories: baseball veterans' end-of-career salaries pp. 377-382
Ira Horowitz and Christopher Zappe
OPERATIONS RESEARCH: METHODS, MODELS, AND APPLICATIONS, edited by Aronson, J.E. and Zionts, S., Quorum Books, Westport, CT, 400 pp., $65.00 (cloth) pp. 383-384
J.H. Dulá
Association of Financial Economists 17th Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, January 7-9, 2000 pp. 385-385
Larry Lang

1998, volume 19, issue 4-5

Laboratory economics and managerial decision making pp. 201-203
Stuart Mestelman
Demand shocks, advance production and market power: some lessons about markets from the laboratory pp. 205-223
Douglas Davis and K. Ramagopal
What have we learned from emissions trading experiments? pp. 225-238
R. Andrew Muller and Stuart Mestelman
Experiments in decision-making under risk and uncertainty: thinking outside the box pp. 239-257
Steven R. Elliott
Extending the lessons of laboratory experiments on tax compliance to managerial and decision economics pp. 259-275
James Alm and Michael McKee
Laboratory experiments in corporate and investment finance: a survey pp. 277-298
Charles Cadsby and Elizabeth Maynes
Absolute and relative rewards for individuals in team production pp. 299-310
David Dickinson and R. Isaac
Employee versus conventionally-owned and controlled firms: an experimental analysis pp. 311-326
Norman Frohlich, John Godard, Joe A. Oppenheimer and Frederick A. Starke
An experimental study of a dynamic principal-agent relationship pp. 327-341
Werner Güth, Wolfgang Klose, Manfred Königstein and Joachim Schwalbach

1998, volume 19, issue 3

An economic analysis of matrix structure, using multinational corporations as an illustration pp. 141-156
Tailan Chi and Paul Nystrom
Managing gray markets through tolerance of violations: a transaction cost perspective pp. 157-165
Mark Bergen, Jan B. Heide and Shantanu Dutta
EPA enforcement, firm response strategies, and stockholder wealth: an empirical examination pp. 167-177
J.C. Bosch, Edwin Eckard and Insup Lee
Forecasting among alternative strategies in the management of uncertainty pp. 179-187
Tobias F. Rötheli
Whom to license patented technology pp. 189-195
Sang-Seung Yi
Book Review: TITAN: THE LIFE OF JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER, SR., by Chernow, R., New York: Random House, 1998 pp. 197-199
William Shughart
Book Review: THE SOURCES OF ECONOMIC GROWTH, by Nelson, R.R., Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1996 pp. 199-200
Richard Langlois

1998, volume 19, issue 2

Valuation effects of foreign divestitures pp. 71-79
Stephen F. Borde, Jeff Madura and Aigbe Akhigbe
Price adjustment at multiproduct retailers pp. 81-120
Daniel Levy, Shantanu Dutta, Mark Bergen and Robert Venable
Does it pay to venture abroad? Exporting behavior and the performance of firms in Indian industry pp. 121-126
Pradeep K. Chhibber and Sumit K Majumdar
Interest rate risk and utility risk premia during 1982-93 pp. 127-135
S. Keith Berry
Book Review: POWER STRUCTURE: OWNERSHIP, INTEGRATION, AND COMPETITION IN THE U.S. ELECTRICITY INDUSTRY, by Kwoka, J.E., Jr., Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1996 pp. 137-137
Henry E. Kilpatrick, Jr
Book Review: THE ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF MERGERS, by Coate, M.B. and Rodriguez, A.E., Monterey, CA: Center for Trade and Commercial Policy, Monterey Institute of International Studies, 1997 pp. 137-138
Francois Melese
Book Review: VERTICAL INTEGRATION IN CABLE TELEVISION, by Waterman, D. and Weiss, A.A., Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1997 pp. 139-140
Alden F. Abbott

1998, volume 19, issue 1

Does it matter that the prosecutor is also the judge? The administrative complaint process at the Federal Trade Commission pp. 1-11
Malcolm B. Coate and Andrew N. Kleit
Growth opportunities, corporate governance and the market value of multinational joint ventures pp. 13-30
Michael A. Fröhls, Art Keown, Mark McNabb and John Martin
Corporate groups, liquidity, and overinvestment by Belgian firms quoted on the Brussels stock exchange pp. 31-41
Marc Deloof
The status of the core in the airline industry: the case of the European market pp. 43-54
Andreas Antoniou
Analysis of divisional profitability using the residual income profile: a note on cash flows and rates of growth pp. 55-58
Dimitrios Kousenidis, Christos I. Negakis and Iordanis N. Floropoulos
A spreadsheet application of Dorfman and Steiner's rule for optimal advertising pp. 59-62
Charles E. Hegji
Book review: Money for nothing: politicians, rent extraction, and political extortion, by McChesney, F.S., Cambridge and London: Harvard University Press, 1997 pp. 63-64
J. High
Book review: Stee-rike four! What's wrong with the business of baseball? by Marburger, D.R.(ed.), Westport, CT and London: Praeger Publisher, 1997 pp. 65-66
B. Goff

1997, volume 18, issue 7-8

Protection of minority interest and the development of security markets pp. 519-528
Franco Modigliani and Enrico Perotti
Privatization success and failure: finance theory and regulation in the transitional economies of Albania and the Czech Republic pp. 529-544
Michael Goldstein
The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: the stock market casts its vote… pp. 545-561
D. Katherine Spiess and Paula Tkac
Shareholder litigation: share price movements, news releases, and settlement amounts pp. 563-586
James D. Beck and Sanjai Bhagat
The causes and consequences of accounting fraud pp. 587-599
Mason Gerety and Kenneth Lehn
Institutional investors and corporate monitoring: a demand-side perspective pp. 601-610
Jonathan R. Macey
Explaining the shape of corporate law: the role of competition pp. 611-626
William J. Carney
Corporate value and ownership structure in the post-takeover period: what role do institutional investors play pp. 627-643
Steven L. Jones, Darrell Lee and James G. Tompkins
Limits on managerial discretion in management buyouts: the effectiveness of institutional, market and legal mechanisms pp. 645-666
John Easterwood, Anju Seth and Ronald Singer
Why both insider trading and non-mandatory disclosures should be prohibited pp. 667-679
Naveen Khanna
State antitakeover legislation and firm financial policy pp. 681-692
William N. Pugh and John S. Jahera
Management optimism and corporate acquisitions: evidence from insider trading pp. 693-708
Ekkehart Boehmer and Jeffry M. Netter
Stock price volatility, transactions costs and securities transactions taxes pp. 709-718
Allen B. Atkins and Edward A. Dyl
Investor self-selection: evidence from a mutual fund survey pp. 719-729
Gordon Alexander, Jonathan D. Jones and Peter Nigro
Stock-price reaction to equity issues of utilities: the influence of regulatory climate pp. 731-745
Greg Filbeck, Raymond F. Gorman and Gautam Vora

1997, volume 18, issue 6

Firm response to environmental regulation and environmental pressures pp. 417-420
Mark Cohen
Firm ownership patterns and motives for voluntary pollution control pp. 421-431
Jon D. Harford
EPA's toxic release inventory: stimulus and response pp. 433-442
Jeffrey C. Terry and Bruce Yandle
Sustainability and corporate environmental focus: an analysis of Danish small and medium sized companies pp. 443-453
Henning Madsen, Knud Sinding and John Ulhøi
Schumpeterian competition and environmental R&D pp. 455-469
John Scott
Organizational strategy, managerial decision-making, and market-based environmental policies: utility company bidding behavior in the sulfur dioxide allowance trading auctions pp. 471-489
Douglas J. Lober and Michael Bailey
'Green money' in the bank: firm responses to environmental financial responsibility rules pp. 491-506
James Boyd
Environmental taxation: a green stick or a green carrot for corporate social performance? pp. 507-516
Alain Verbeke and Chris Coeck

1997, volume 18, issue 5

The effects of corporate antitakeover provisions on long-term investment: empirical evidence pp. 349-365
James M. Mahoney, Chamu Sundaramurthy and Joseph T. Mahoney
The economic causes and consequences of corporate divestiture pp. 367-374
Myeong-Hyeon Cho and Mark Cohen
Optimal ticket pricing for performance goods pp. 375-381
Daniel R. Marburger
Testing the convergence hypothesis for Greece pp. 383-389
Costas Siriopoulos and Dimitrios Asteriou
R&D in a strategic delegation game pp. 391-398
Jianbo Zhang and Zhentang Zhang
The virtue of human universals and cooperation: a review essay of Matt Ridley's The Origins of Virtue pp. 399-411
Lívia Markóczy and Jeff Goldberg
Book review: Privatizing Transportation Systems, edited by Hakim, S., Seidenstat, P. and Bowman, G., Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers, 1996 pp. 413-414
Wayne K. Talley
Book review: The economic laws of scientific research, by Kealey, T., Houndmills, Hampshire: Macmillan Press and New York: St Martin's Press, 1996 pp. 414-416
William Shughart

1997, volume 18, issue 4

The Structuring of Interfirm Exchanges in Business Know-How: Evidence from International Collaborative Ventures pp. 279-294
Tailan Chi and Thomas W. Roehl
Managerial Efficiency, Managerial Succession and Organizational Performance pp. 295-308
John L. Fizel and Michael P. D'Itri
A Pilot Exploration of Random Period Duration in Experimental Financial Markets: A Treatment Variable? pp. 309-327
Darren Duxbury
Efficient Intertemporal Utility Pricing under Uncertainty pp. 329-334
L. Dean Hiebert
A Note on the Pythagorean Theorem of Baseball Production pp. 335-342
John Ruggiero, Lawrence Hadley, Gerry Ruggiero and Scott Knowles
Pythagoras's Petulant Persecutors pp. 343-344
Ira Horowitz
BOOK REVIEW: CURB RIGHTS: A FOUNDATION FOR FREE ENTERPRISE IN URBAN TRANSIT, by Klein, D. B., Moore, A. T. and Reja, B., Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 1997 pp. 345-346
Paul A. Pautler

1997, volume 18, issue 3

Competition and market power in the European airline industry: 1976-90 pp. 209-225
Purvez F. Captain and Robin Sickles
Life cycle cost: an individual consumer's perspective pp. 227-234
Yehoshua Liebermann and Meyer Ungar
Do supervisory inputs matter in a capital-intensive industry? Some evidence from a Japanese car transplant pp. 235-245
Murugappa Krishnan and Ashok Srinivasan
Market structure and the value of growth pp. 247-254
Keith W. Chauvin and Mark Hirschey
Asset specificity, unionization and the firm's use of debt pp. 255-269
Joseph K. Cavanaugh and John Garen
Book review: The ownership of enterprise, by Hansmann, H., Cambridge, MA: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1996 pp. 271-272
William Shughart
Book review: Regulations, institutions, and commitment: comparative studies of telecommunications, by Levy, B. and Spiller, P. T. (eds), New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996 pp. 273-274
J. P. Singh

1997, volume 18, issue 2

Japanese Technology Management: Introduction to the Special Issue pp. 71-72
Masao Nakamura
Inventory Reduction and Productivity Growth: A Comparison of Japanese and US Automotive Sectors pp. 73-85
Marvin B. Lieberman and Shigeru Asaba
Japanese-American Joint Restructuring of National Steel Corporation pp. 87-100
Yoshi Tsurumi and Hiroki Tsurumi
The Concept and Practice of the Production Seat System pp. 101-112
Takayoshi Tamura, Seiichi Fujita and Takeo Kuga
Target Costing Performance Based on Alternative Participation and Evaluation Methods: A Laboratory Experiment pp. 113-129
Yasuhiro Monden, Mahmuda Akter and Naoto Kubo
Top-down Production Management: A Recent Trend in the Japanese Productivity-enhancement Movement pp. 131-139
W. Mark Fruin and Masao Nakamura
Issues on Japan's Intellectual Product pp. 141-152
Takanobu Nakajima and Koichi Hamada
Does Culture Matter in Inter-Firm Cooperation? Research Consortia in Japan and the USA pp. 153-175
Masao Nakamura, Ilan Vertinsky and Charlene Zietsma
Optoelectronics in Japan: A Market Evaluation of Government High-Technology Policy pp. 177-193
Gary Saxonhouse
Environmental Management in Japan: Applications of Input-Output Analysis to the Emission of Global Warming Gases pp. 195-208
Hitoshi Hayami, Masao Nakamura, Mikio Suga and Kanji Yoshioka

1997, volume 18, issue 1

Do institutional shareholders police management? pp. 1-10
Paul Clyde
Japanese Equity Market Response to U.S. Administered Protection Decisions pp. 11-26
Richard K. Harper and William L. Huth
Two-stage Budgeting as an Economic Decision-making Process for Spanish Consumers pp. 27-31
José Alberto Molina
The Limitations of Signalling by the Choice of Accounting Methods pp. 33-46
Ann Gaeremynck
A Note on Fixed Costs and the Profitability of Depository Intermediaries pp. 47-53
Iftekhar Hasan and Stephen D. Smith
Information Revelation via Takeovers in Correlated Environments pp. 55-60
Rudolf Kerschbamer
Book review: Contrived Competition, by Vietor, R.H.K, Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press, 1994 pp. 61-64
Roger Sherman
Book review: The Emerging New Order in Natural Gas: Markets versus Regulation, by De Vany, A.S. and Walls, W.T., Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1995 pp. 64-66
Thomas Lyon
Book review: Real Options: Managerial Flexibilty and Strategy in Resource Allocation, by Trigeorgis, L., Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1996 pp. 66-68
Stephen C. Henry
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