Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note Review of Industrial Organization 13: v, 1998. The Review gains its quality from the special skill, efforts and generosity of those many colleagues who write the papers and help in the editorial process. Recently, two important officials of the Review have asked to be relieved of their duties, after conspicuous and generous contributions. Henry de Jong of the University of Amsterdam has applied high standards of quality and relevance to incoming papers, as an Associate Editor for many years. He has made the Review significantly better as the years have progressed. Only he knows the exact volume of scholarly work he has given, but it surely has been large. The content, direction and criteria of the Review bear his distinctive imprint. In fact, all of the Associate Editors have been making lasting enhancements to the Review, both in their editorial work and in papers of theirs that have been published in the Review. The General Editor is pleased to applaud their high pro- fessional endeavors without delay, rather than waiting for some future day. Leonard G. Schifrin of the College of William & Mary has been serving as Secretary-Treasurer of the society and the Review for a number of years, with great skill and precision. He has helped shape the Society’s and Review’s style and methods. His work has measurably enhanced the Review, further strengthening its growth in size and quality. He too leaves a very large gap, which will be difficult to try to fill. The words here are small thanks for their big contributions, but at least the words can be given, with great warmth. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Review of Industrial Organization Springer Journals

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Kluwer Academic Publishers
Copyright
Copyright © 1998 by Kluwer Academic Publishers
Subject
Economics; Industrial Organization; Microeconomics
ISSN
0889-938X
eISSN
1573-7160
D.O.I.
10.1023/A:1017126109381
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Abstract

Review of Industrial Organization 13: v, 1998. The Review gains its quality from the special skill, efforts and generosity of those many colleagues who write the papers and help in the editorial process. Recently, two important officials of the Review have asked to be relieved of their duties, after conspicuous and generous contributions. Henry de Jong of the University of Amsterdam has applied high standards of quality and relevance to incoming papers, as an Associate Editor for many years. He has made the Review significantly better as the years have progressed. Only he knows the exact volume of scholarly work he has given, but it surely has been large. The content, direction and criteria of the Review bear his distinctive imprint. In fact, all of the Associate Editors have been making lasting enhancements to the Review, both in their editorial work and in papers of theirs that have been published in the Review. The General Editor is pleased to applaud their high pro- fessional endeavors without delay, rather than waiting for some future day. Leonard G. Schifrin of the College of William & Mary has been serving as Secretary-Treasurer of the society and the Review for a number of years, with great skill and precision. He has helped shape the Society’s and Review’s style and methods. His work has measurably enhanced the Review, further strengthening its growth in size and quality. He too leaves a very large gap, which will be difficult to try to fill. The words here are small thanks for their big contributions, but at least the words can be given, with great warmth.

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Review of Industrial OrganizationSpringer Journals

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