Author Index
Adamache, Killard W., 235
Akshay, R. Rao, 63
Alexander, Jeffrey, 236
Allison, R.I., 61
Altman, Drew, 236
Amel, Dean F., 197, 198
Anderson, Robert, 314
Anthes, G.H., 349
Arterburn, Alfred, 62
Arthur, H.B., 99
Arthur, W.B., 349
Assaf, Annlouise, 253
Audretsch, D.B., 198
Bailey, Elizabeth, 172
Bailey, Jeff, 214
Bain, Joe S., 197
Bardwell, Edwin T., 99
Barnett, Donald F., 143
Baumol, William J., 197, 215
Beckenstein, Alan, 62
Becker, Geoffrey S., 99
Berger, Allen N., 198
Berman, Howard, 235
Berss, Marcia, 99
Blair, Roger D., 235
Bond, Ronald S., 122
Bork, Robert H., 215
Born, Patricia, 236
Bornholz, Robert, 256, 289, 290, 291
Brander, James A., 174
Brenner, Melvin A., 173
Bresnahan, T.F., 349
Breyer, Stephen, 172
Brimelow, Peter, 289
Britt, Phil, 198
Brody, Clifford L., 198
Brooks, Jr., R.C., 63
Bruce, Gene, 99, 100
Burbee, Clark R., 99
Burck, Charles G., 62
Burns, Lawton, 236
Buxton, A.J., 63
Buzby, Jean C., 99
Byrnes, Nanette, 196
Carlton, Dennis W., 175
Carpenter, Gregory S., 62
Carstensen, Peter C., 63
Casaady Jr., Ralph, 314, 315
Caswell, Julie A., 100
Caves, Douglas W., 174
Caves, Richard E., 122, 123
Chamberlin, Edward H., 197
Chase, Brett, 197
Chassin, Mark, 241, 252
Christensen, Laurits R., 174
Church, J., 348, 349
Clark, Kim, 99, 100
Cohen, W.M., 349
Comanor, W.S., 123
Conant, Michael, 297, 314, 315
Connor, K.R., 349
Connor, John M., 98
Considine, Timothy J., 143
Cotter, Kevin, 236
Cotterill, Ronald W., 100, 196
Crandall, Robert W., 25, 27, 143, 315
Cray, Ed, 315
Crutchfield, Stephen R., 99
Cusumano, M.A., 348, 349
Cutler, Jeffrey, 199
Dahlson, Richard F., 63
Danzon, Patricia, 252
Dao, Thi D., 122
David, P.A., 348
Davies, S.W., 63
Deighton, John, 62, 63
Deily, Mary E., 143

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