Review of Industrial Organization 19: 261–263, 2001. Editor’s Announcement: Advent of a New General Editor: John E. Kwoka, Jr. The Industrial Organization Society is fortunate to announce that John E. Kwoka, Professor of Economics at Northeastern University, Boston MA, will be the new General Editor of the Review. He is a distinguished expert on many areas of indus- trial organization research, antitrust policies, regulation, deregulation, and public enterprise. In addition, he has been President of the Society and a close co-worker in developing the Review. For example, as President he developed the two yearly awards, for Distinguished Fellow and for Best Paper by a Younger Scholar. The Society and the Review were originally created by Stanley E. Boyle, with the support of many others. The Review began as the Industrial Organization Re- view in the 1970s and was given its present name in the early 1980s. From its original three issues per year, the Review has grown in the 1990s to eight issues per year, grouped as two yearly volumes of four issues each. The inventory of accepted papers has been exceedingly healthy for many years, though recently we have managed to shorten the year-long interval between acceptance and
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