Review of Industrial Organization 19: 381–382, 2001. Sessions Planned for the Industrial Organization Society at the ASSA Meetings, at Atlanta, January 4–6, 2002 The sessions have been arranged under the guidance of the Society’s President: Professor Stephen Martin, Department of Economics, University of Amster- dam, Roetersstraat 11, 1018 WB Amsterdam, The Netherlands. All members of the Society are particularly invited to attend and participate, along with all other members of the profession. I. Competition between National Brands and Private Labels Chair: William S. Comanor, University of California, Los Angeles and Santa Barbara Robert L. Steiner, Washington, D.C.: “The Unique Role of Na- tional Brand/Private Label Competition” Stephen J. Hoch, University of Pennsylvania: “Store Brands Are a Different Kind of Competitor” Jonathan Baker, Washington College of Law, American Univer- sity: “Value Brands and Premium Brands in the Market for Baby Food: Evidence from the Heinz-Beechnut Merger Case” Discussants: Stephen Martin, University of Amsterdam William S. Comanor, University of California, Los Angeles and Santa Barbara David Scheffman, Federal Trade Commission 382 II. Firm Size and Firm Growth Revisited Chair: Zoltan J. Acs, Merrick School of Business, University of Bal- timore Robert L. Axtell, The Brookings Institution: “U.S. Firms are Zipf Distributed”
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