13 J.L. & Econ. [i] (1970)

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ECONOMICS

VOLUME XIII (1)

APRIL 1970  PRICE $3.00

Director's Law of Public Income Redistribution
By GEORGE J. STIGLER .......    ..     ................    1
The Pricing of North Sea Gas in Britain
By KENNETH W. DAM ......           ...............         11
The Auction System and North Sea Gas: A Comment
By R. H. COASE .......       ..    ................. 45
The Structure of a Contract and the Theory of a Non-exclusive Resource
By STEVEN N. S. CHsuNo. ......        .............. ..       49
Non-zoning in Houston
By BERNuD H. SIEGAN .....        ...............            71
Conglomerates: The Rhetoric and the Evidence
By JAMEs H. LoRm AND PAUL HALPERN . ..      ..........        149
New Evidence on Mergers
By MICHAEL GORT AND THOMAS F. HoGARTY. . ..        ........ 167
Separation of Ownership and Control in the Modem Corporation
By BRIAN HINDLEY ........-...-.-.-.-.-.. 185
Predatory Pricing: The Case of the Gunpowder Trust
By KENNETH G. ELZINGA .............. 223
Market Structure, Elasticity of Demand and Incentive to Invent
By MORTON 1. KAMTEN AND NANCY L. SCHWARTZ ......       . 241
Monopoly, Competition and the Incentive to Invent: A Comment
By B. S. YAMEY ................. 253
Antitrust and the Takeover Activity of American Firms in Canada:
A Reply
By GRANT L. REuBER ................ 257
Antitrust and the Takeover Activity of American Firms in Canada:
A Final Comment
By C. J. MAULE ................. 261
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