Announcement Special Issue of the International Journal of Industrial Organization on: Competition Policy in Dynamic Markets Guest Editors: David B. Audretsch, William J. Baumol, Andrew Burke Authors are invited to submit papers to a Special Issue of the International Journal of Industrial Organization on competition policy in dynamic markets. David B. Audretsch, William J. Baumol and Andrew Burke are acting as Guest Editors of the Special Issue. Dynamic markets are a prevalent feature of modern economies. It has been claimed that most antitrust law addresses static inefficiencies but often neglects dynamic considerations. The symposium issue will evaluate this claim, determine the nature and extent of consequent dynamic inefficiency, and consider broader antitrust policies that might ame- liorate performance in the dynamic context. Submissions to the Special Issue should be sent in triplicate to one of the Guest Editors and must arrive by April 30, 1999: Professor David B. Audretsch Professor William J. Baumol, Ameritech Chair of Economic Development Director, Director, Institute for Development Strategies C.V. Starr Center for Applied Economics Indiana University Dept. of Economics SPEA, Suite 201 New York University Bloomington, IN 47405-2100 269 Mercer St. USA New York, NY 10003 USA Dr. Andrew Burke Dept. of Business Studies and the Management School The University of Edinburgh 50 George Square Edinburgh EH8 9JY United Kingdom Small Business Economics 12: 277, 1999. © 1999 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in the Netherlands.
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