Review of Industrial Organization 21: 1–2, 2002. As most of you know, after eleven years of distinguished service, Geoff Shepherd has stepped down as General Editor of The Review. His tenure has been marked by enormous gains in the strength and visibility of the journal, all the while main- taining both the Review’s traditional focus on applied work and his own reputation for fairness and courtesy. For this the profession owes Geoff an enormous debt of gratitude, and for these reasons and more, the Industrial Organization Society awarded Geoff its Distinguished Fellow Award at the recent ASSA meetings in Atlanta. The citation for that award appeared in the May issue of the Review. It is an honor for me to be chosen as the next General Editor of the Review. My plan as Editor is to build on Geoff’s efforts and to make the Review a place that leading researchers in applied industrial organization, antitrust, and regula- tion increasingly look to for important contributions to our understanding. I hope to publish more articles that employ cutting-edge empirical techniques, analyze policy questions in provocative ways, or simply bring new methodologies to the attention of all researchers. That said, I will
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