Review of Industrial Organization 23: 315–316, 2003. Volume 23, No. 1 August 2003 ROBERTO BASILE, ANNA GIUNTA and JEFFREY B. NUGENT / For- eign Expansion by Italian Manufacturing Firms in the Nineties: An Ordered Probit Analysis 1–24 STEFANO VALVANO and DAVIDE VANNONI / Diversiﬁcation Strategies and Corporate Coherence Evidence from Italian Leading Firms 25–41 STÉPHAN MARETTE and JOHN M. CRESPI / Can Quality Certiﬁcation Lead to Stable Cartels? 43–64 WAYNE R. DUNHAM / Moral Hazard and the Market for Used Automobiles 65–83 Call for Papers and Announcement of Second Annual International Industrial Organization Conference 85–86 Final Manuscript Preparation 87–91 Volume 23, No. 2 September 2003 LAWRENCE J. WHITE / Introduction: Antitrust and Regulatory Update 93–94 DAVID S. SIBLEY and KEN HEYER / Selected Economic Analysis at the Antitrust Division: The Year in Review 95–119 MARY T. COLEMAN, DAVID W. MEYER and DAVID T. SCHEFFMAN / Economic Analyses of Mergers at the FTC: The Cruise Ships Mergers Investigation 121–155 MARK BYKOWSKY, JONATHAN LEVY, WILLIAM SHARKEY, TRACY WALDON and SIMON WILKIE / Economic Analysis at the Federal Communications Commission 157–174 316 TABLE OF CONTENTS VOLUME 23 2003 Volume 23, Nos. 3–4 December 2003 2003 International Industrial Organization Conference CHRISTOPHER M. SNYDER
Review of Industrial Organization – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 4, 2004
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