Review of Industrial Organization
Published for the Industrial Organization Society, the Review of Industrial Organization examines all aspects of the field. The journal encourages papers dealing with any economic sector and any developed economy.
A major focus of the journal is competition and monopoly in their many forms and their affects on efficiency, innovation, and social conditions. Topics range from the internal organization of enterprises to international comparisons. The Review has also increased its focus on public policies such as antitrust, regulation, deregulation, public enterprise, and privatization.
The Review highlights ideas that can be verified by econometric evidence, case studies, or other real conditions. It also presents papers that advance significant theories of industrial organization and policy.Officially cited as: Rev Ind Organ
45 Volumes 177 Issues 1,310 Articles available from 1984 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
The 80th Anniversary of the 1934 Communications Act and the Inception of the Federal Communications Commission
Michelle Connolly (November 2014)
Trying to Promote Network Entry: From the Chain Broadcasting Rules to the Channel Occupancy Rule and Beyond
Stanley M. Besen (November 2014)
Gregory L. Rosston (November 2014)
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