Editor's Introduction
Confessions of a Telephone Regulator : The FCC's AT&T Investigation of 1972–1977
The Pin Factory Revisited : Product Diversification and Productivity Growth
Domestic Market Structure and Performance in Global Markets : Theory and Empirical Evidence from U.S. Food Manufacturing Industries
An Empirical Study of the Effect of Brand Proliferation on Private Label – National Brand Pricing Behavior
The Increasing Competitive Balance in Major League Baseball
Do Firms Diversify Because Managers Shirk? A Reinterpretation of the Principal-Agent Model of Diversification
Product Durability and Moral Hazard
Ramsey Pricing and Regulator's Social Welfare Weights : An Empirical Application
Spatial Price Discrimination : The Use of Parking Coupons by Downtown Retailers
Comment on Dewey's “Merger Policy Greatly Simplified/Building on Keyes”
Still Seeking Common Ground : A Response to Keyes
The Causes and Consequences of Antitrust. Fred S. McChesney and William F. Shughart II, editors. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1995, 392 pages, $66.00 (cloth), $32.95 (paper).