Review of Industrial Organization 12: 841–842, 1997. 841 Sessions Planned for the Industrial Organization Society at the ASSA Meetings, at Chicago, January 3–5, 1998 The sessions have been arranged under the guidance of the Society’s current Pres- ident: Professor Paul Geroski, of the London Business School, Sussex Place, Regent’s Park, London, NW1 4SA, the United Kingdom. Three sessions are planned. All members of the Society are particularly invited to attend and participate, along with all other members of the profession. Session I Title: Competition, R&D, and Technological Progress Chair: William G. Shepherd, University of Massachusetts S. Rosenkranz, “The Valentines Day Problem: Co-operation Under Two Sided Asymmetric Information” L. Cabral, “R&D Alliances Without Contracts” R. Veugleurs, “Technological Collaboration: An Assessment of Theoretical and Empirical Findings” S. Martin, “Product Market Competition Policy and Endogenous Technological Progress” Discussants: The participants 842 Session II Title: New Perspectives for Merger Policy Chair: William S. Comanor, University of California, Santa Barbara and Los Angeles Dennis C. Mueller, University of Vienna, “Merger Policy in the United States: A Reconsideration” Eleanor M. Fox, New York University School of Law, “Clashes of Merger Law: The Case of Boeing–McDonnell-Douglas” William S. Comanor, University of California, Santa Barbara and Los
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