17 J.L. & Econ. [i] (1974)

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ECONOMICS
VOLUME XVII (1)             APRIL 1974
Henry Calvert Simons
By GEORGE J. STIGLER ........     ................      1
The Papers of Henry C. Simons
By CLARA ANN BOWLER .......        ...............      7
An Empirical Survey of Price Fixing Conspiracies
By GEORGE A. HAY AND DANIEL KELLEY .   .........           13
The Economics of the Cable Television Consensus
By STANLEY M. BESEN .....       ...............          39
A Theory of Price Control
By STEVEN N. S. CHEUNG .....    ...............          53
A Theory of Rationing by Waiting
By YORAM BARZEL ......      .................           73
Rates of Return, Concentration and Growth-Question of Disequilibrium
By DARYL N. WINN AND DICK A. LEABO .. ..........           97
International Law, U.S. Seabeds Policy and Ocean Resource Development
By KENNETH W. CLARKSON ....      .............. .117
Exploitation of Deep Ocean Minerals. Regulatory Mechanisms and United States
Policy
By Ross D. ECKERT .....      ................           143
Market Failure, The Common-Pool Problem, and Ocean Resource Exploitation
By RICHARD JAMES SWEENEY, ROBERT D. TOLLISON AND THOMAS D.
WILLETT .........       ....................       179
A Comment on Right-To-Work Laws: A Suggested Economic Rationale
By JOHN 0. TOLLEFSON AND JOSEPH A. PICHLER .....           193
Determinants of the Passage of Right-To-Work Laws: An Alternative Interpretation
By WILLIAM J. MOORE, ROBERT J. NEWMAN AND R. WILLIAM THOMAS 197

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