Review of Industrial Organization (2005) 26:489–491 Volume 26, No. 1 February 2005 ANDREW ECKERT and DOUGLAS S. WEST / Rationalization of Retail Gasoline Station Networks in Canada 1–25 CHRISTOPHER S. RUEBECK / Model Exit in a Vertically Diﬀer- entiated Market: Interﬁrm Competition versus Intraﬁrm Cannibali- zation in the Computer Hard Disk Drive Industry 27–59 HERBERT S. WONG, CHUNLIU ZHAN and RYAN MUTTER / Do Diﬀerent Measures of Hospital Competition Matter in Empirical Investigations of Hospital Behavior? 61–87 HELI KOSKI and TOBIAS KRETSCHMER / Entry, Standards and Competition: Firm Strategies and the Diﬀusion of Mobile Telephony 89–113 ´ ´ ´ ˜ ENRIQUE FATAS, NIKOLAOS GEORGANTZIS, JUAN A. MANEZ and GERARDO SABATER-GRANDE / Pro-competitive Price Beating Guarantees: Experimental Evidence 115–136 Instructions for Authors 137–144 Volume 26, No. 2 March 2005 Special Issue: Papers Presented at the Second International Industrial Organization Conference Held at the Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois, April 23–24, 2004 Guest Editor: Christopher M. Snyder CHRISTOPHER M. SNYDER / Introduction to the 2004 International Industrial Organization Conference Special Issue 145–146 ROBERT H. PORTER / Detecting Collusion 147–167 PAUL L. JOSKOW / Regulation and Deregulation after 25 Years: Lessons Learned for Research in Industrial Organization 169–193 490 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Review of Industrial Organization – Springer Journals
Published: Apr 15, 2005
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