22 J.L. & Econ. [i] (1979)

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ECONOMICS

VOLUME          XXII (1)               APRIL       1979             PRICE       $6.00
Occupational Licensing and the Interstate Mobility of
Professionals
By  B. PETER  PASHIGIAN  ............................................  1
Rent Control and Housing Reconstruction: The Postwar Experience
of Prewar Premises In Hong Kong
By  STEVEN  N. S. CHEUNG   .........................................   27
The Effects of Price Regulation in the Automobile Insurance
Industry
By  RICHARD  A. IPPOLITO  ...........................................  55
The Origin of Compulsory Drug Prescriptions
By  PETER  TEMIN  ..................................................   91
A Theory of Nonmarket Failure: Framework for Implementation
Analysis
By  CHARLES W  OLF, JR .............................................  107
The Problem of Externality
By  CARL  J. DAHLMAN   .............................................  141
The Development of Individual Rights to Property In Tribal Africa
By DAVID E. AULT AND GILBERT L. RUTMAN .......................         163
Gains and Losses from Concentration: A Comment
By STEVEN LUSTGARTEN ...........................................       183
The Causes and Consequences of Rising Industrial
Concentration: A Comment
By  F. M . SCHERER  .......... ......................................  191
The Causes and Consequences of Rising Industrial Concentration:
A Reply
By  SAM  PELTZMAN   ................................................  209
THE       UNIVERSITY               OF      CHICAGO             LAW        SCHOOL

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