Subject Index
advertising
automobiles, 9
beer, 37
advertising-to-sales ratio, broilers, 82
Airline Deregulation Act, 1978, 150, 155
asymmetric information, banking, 191
barriers to entry
airlines, 154
banking, 189, 191
broilers, 83
electric power, 212
barriers to exit, broilers, 83
basing-point pricing, steel, 132
benefit/risk trade-offs, new drugs, 120
block booking, motion pictures, 296, 300, 303
Civil Aeronautics Act, 1938, 148
Communications Act, 1934, 258
concentration
airlines, 155-156
airports, 159-160
banking, 181-182, 184
beer, 32-34
broilers, 74-75
microcomputer software, 334, 336
pharmaceutical innovation, 107-108
pharmaceuticals, 105-107
conglomerate ownership, movie studio-distributors, 311- 312
cost shifting, hospitals, 229
cross-elasticity
beef and pork, 69
beer and soda, 29
cross-subsidy, telephone pricing, 283
distribution practices, motion pictures, 303
Drug Price Competition and Patent Term Restoration Act of 1984, 117
economies of aircraft size, 151
economies of density
air transportation, 152
local telephone service, 272
economies of scale
banking, 189
beer, 35-36
local telephone service, 264, 272
economies of scope
hospitals, 239
local exchange network, 263
entry barriers, local telephone service, 272
entry strategies
interexchange carriers, 279
local exchange service, 274-279
exclusive dealing
beer, 58
motion pictures, 296, 303
exclusive-use leases of airport gates, 169
federal mandates, health insurance, 232
fighting brands, beer, 50
first-mover advantage
banking, 191
beer, 47
pharmaceuticals, 110
Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act of 1938, 112-113 1962 amendments, 114
geographic market
banking, 180-182
telecommunications, 271
income elasticity
air travel, 153
broilers, 69
telephone access, 268
information costs, banking, 181
information imperfection, new drugs, 112

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