19 J.L. & Econ. [i] (1976)

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ECONOMICS
VOLUME          XIX     (1)     APRIL       1976
A Study of Expectational Errors in the Money and Capital Markets, 1921-1970
By REUBEN A. KESSEL AND TRUMAN A. CLARK ....................           I
Vertical Integration Revisited
By JOHN S. MCGEE AND LOWELL R. BASSETT .......................        17
A Theory of Competition
By G. WARREN NUTTER AND JOHN H. MOORE .......................         39
Industrial Concentration and the Rate of Profit: Some Neglected Theory
By  DONALD  DEWEY  ...............................................    67
An Economic Analysis of the Law and Politics of Non-Public School Aid
By  E. G. W EST  ......................... : .........................  79
The United States Sugar Quota Program: A Study in the Direct Congressional
Control of Imports
By  DAVID  J. GERBER  .............................................  103
Chadwick and Demsetz on Competition and Regulation
By WILLIAM MARK CRAIN AND ROBERT B. EKELUND, JR .............. 149
The American Express Case: Public Good or Monopoly?
By GERALD P. O' DRiSCOLL, JR ..................................... 163
Campaign Expenditures and Political Competition
By WILLIAM MARK CRAIN AND ROBERT D. TOLLISON ................ 177
Pricing Patterns and the Kinky Demand Curve
By WALTER J. PRIMEAUX, JR. AND MICKEY C. SMITH ................ 189
Industry Structure, Market Rivalry, and Public Policy: A Comment
By RONALD S. BOND AND WARREN GREENBERG ..................... 201
More on Collusion and Advertising: A Reply
By  HAROLD  DEMSETZ  .............................................   205

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