Review of Industrial Organization 20: 99–104, 2002.
Review of Industrial Organization
INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS
JOHN E. KWOKA, JR., Department of Economics, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 02115,
WILLIAM S. COMANOR, Department of Economics, University of California, Santa Barbara,
CA 93106, U.S.A.
ALFRED KLEINKNECHT, Department of Economics, Delft University of Technology, The Nether-
DENNIS C. MUELLER, Department of Economics, University of Vienna, Austria
BOOK REVIEW EDITOR
DOUGLAS F. GREER, Department of Economics, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA 95192,
WILLIAM G. SHEPHERD, Department of Economics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
AIMS AND SCOPE
The Review continues to publish research papers on all aspects of industrial organization, broadly
deﬁned. A main focus is on competition and monopoly, in their many forms and processes and
their effects on efﬁciency, innovation, and social conditions. Topics may range from the internal
organization of enterprises to wide international comparisons. The Review also is interested in papers
on public policies such as antitrust, regulation, deregulation, public enterprise, and privatization.
Papers may deal with any economic sector, and any developed economy.
The Review continues its primary interest in ideas which can be veriﬁed by econometric evidence,
case studies, or other real conditions. But the Review also seeks papers which advance signiﬁcant
theories of industrial organization and policy. Papers using abstract techniques and econometric tests
should present the methods and analysis in plain enough English so that general readers can evaluate
The Review welcomes submissions from any source, and the Editors will make every effort to
have papers reviewed quickly and to give prompt decisions. The Editors will also seek to arrange
symposiums on speciﬁc topics, and they are open to proposals for grouped papers. They also
welcome shorter notes and commentaries on topics of interest to its readership.