28 J.L. & Econ. [i] (1985)

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VOLUME XXVIII (1)                                                APRIL 1985
Direct and Indirect Effects of Regulation: A New Look at OSHA's
Impact
By ANN P. BARTEL AND LACY GLENN THOMAS ................        1
Recipient Preferences and the Design of Government Transfer
Programs
By RUSSELL D. ROBERTS .....................................   27
Retail Price Controls in the Dairy Industry: A Political Coalition
Argument
By RONALD N. JOHNSON .....................................    55
Did Antitrust Policy Cause the Great Merger Wave?
By GEORGE BITTLINGMAYER ..................................    77
Antimerger Policy under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act: A
Reexamination of the Market Power Hypothesis
By B. ESPEN ECKBO AND PEGGY WIER ...................... 119
The Wealth Effects of Litigation by Targets: Do Interests Diverge
in a Merge?
By GREGG A. JARRELL ....................................... 151
The Role of Corporate Law in the Theory of the Firm
By BARRY D. BAYSINGER AND HENRY N. BUTLER ...........        179
The Measurement of Monopoly Power in Dynamic Markets
By ROBERT S. PINDYCK ...................................... 193
Market Structure, Innovation, and Optimal Patent Life
By LAWRENCE M. DEBROCK ................................. 223

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