Review of Industrial Organization 22: 341–343, 2003. Volume 22, No. 1 February 2003 JON P. NELSON / Advertising Bans, Monopoly, and Alcohol Demand: Testing for Substitution Effects Using State Panel Data 1–25 MICHAEL CARTER and JULIAN WRIGHT / Asymmetric Network Interconnection 27–46 TOMMASO M. VALLETTI / Is Mobile Telephony a Natural Oligopoly? 47–65 KOEN DE BACKER and LEO SLEUWAEGEN / Does Foreign Direct Investment Crowd Out Domestic Entrepreneurship? 67–84 Book Reviews The Japanese Pharmaceutical Industry,L. G.Thomas,III (LARRY L. DUETSCH) 85–87 The Telecommunications Act of 1996: The “Costs” of Managed Competition, Dale E. Lehman and Dennis Weisman (eds.) (NOEL D. URI) 89–92 Risk and Return in Transportation and Other U.S. and Global Industries, Manolis G. Kavussanos and Stelios N. Marcoulis (KRISTEN A. MONACO) 93–95 Final Manuscript Preparation 97–101 Volume 22, No. 2 March 2003 AIDAN HOLLIS / Industrial Concentration, Output, and Trade: An Empirical Exploration 103–119 CHARLES ROMEO, RUSSELL PITTMAN and NORMAN FAMILANT / Do Newspaper JOAs Charge Monopoly Advertising Rates? 121–138 CHANG-YANG LEE / Firm Density and Industry R&D Intensity: Theory and Evidence 139–158 342 TABLE OF CONTENTS VOLUME 22 2003 SPIROS BOUGHEAS, HOLGER GÖRG and ERIC STROBL / Is R&D Financially Constrained? Theory and Evidence from Irish Manufacturing
Review of Industrial Organization – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 4, 2004
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