Review of Industrial Organization (2005) 27:387–388 Volume 27, No. 1 August 2005 FREDERIC L. PRYOR / Industries Behind Bars: An Economic Perspective on the Production of Goods and Services by U.S. Prison Industries 1–16 KEITH BROWN and ROBERTO CAVAZOS / Why is This Show so Dumb? Advertising Revenue and Program Content of Network Television 17–34 CLEMENT G. KROUSE and ELKE KROUSE / Pricing Network Interconnection: Advantages Held by Integrated Telecom Carriers 35–46 LEO H. KAHANE / Production Eﬃciency and Discriminatory Hiring Practices in the National Hockey League: A Stochastic Frontier Approach 47–71 NATALIA BARBOSA and HELEN LOURI / Corporate Performance: Does Ownership Matter? A Comparison of Foreign- and Domestic- Owned Firms in Greece and Portugal 73–102 Industrial Organization Society’s 7th Distinguished Fellow Award 103–104 Industrial Organization Society’s Best Paper/Younger Scholar Award 105 Volume 27, No. 2 September 2005 TAY-CHENG MA / The Collusive Equilibrium in a Quantity-Setting Supergame: An Application to Taiwan’s Flour Industry 107–124 LAURA RONDI and DAVIDE VANNONI / Are EU Leading Firms Returning to Core Business? Evidence on Refocusing and Relatedness in a Period of Market Integration 125–145 JOSEP-MARIA ARAUZO-CAROD and AGUSTI SEGARRA-BLASCO / The Determinants of Entry are not Independent of Start-up Size: Some Evidence
Review of Industrial Organization – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 6, 2005
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