Review of Industrial Organization 21: 437–439, 2002. Volume 21, No. 1 August 2002 JOHN KWOKA / Letter from the Editor 1–2 KAREN HELENE MIDELFART KNARVIK and FRODE STEEN / Ver- tical Industry Linkages: Sources of Productivity Gains and Cumulative Causation? 3–20 YASUJI OTSUKA and BRADLEY M. BRAUN / Taxation by Regulation and Regulation by Taxation: The Case of Local Cable TV Regulation 21–40 MARTIN B. SCHMIDT and DAVID J. BERRI / Competitive Balance and Market Size in Major League Baseball: A Response to Baseball’s Blue Ribbon Panel 41–54 EDUARDO GONZÁLEZ-FIDALGO and JUAN VENTURA-VICTORIA / How Much Do Strategic Groups Matter? 55–71 IN KWON LEE and KYUNGDONG HAHN / Bid-Rigging in Auctions for Korean Public-Works Contracts and Potential Damage 73–88 CHANG-YANG LEE / Advertising, Its Determinants, and Market Structure 89–101 JOHN HOWARD BROWN / Structure–Conduct–Performance: A Comment on Blaug’s “Is Competition Such a Good Thing? Static Efﬁciency versus Dynamic Efﬁciency” 103–105 Volume 21, No. 2 September 2002 Special Issue Market Power in East Asian Economies Its Origins, Effects, and Treatments Editor: David K. Round Call for Papers and Announcement of First Annual Industrial Organization Conference iii 438 TABLE OF CONTENTS VOLUME 20 2002 DAVID K. ROUND / Editorial Introduction: Market
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