40 J.L. & Econ. [i] (1997)

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VOLUME XL (1)                                     APRIL 1997
The Government as a Shareholder: A Case from the United
States
By STACEY R. KOLE AND J. HAROLD MULHERIN ................ 1
Clustering and Competition in Asset Markets
By SANFORD J. GROSSMAN, MERTON H. MILLER, KENNETH R.
CONE, DANIEL R. FISCHEL, AND DAVID J. Ross .............  23
Eliminating the Market for Secondhand Goods: An Alternative
Explanation for Leasing
By  MICHAEL  W ALDMAN ......................................  61
Electoral and Financial Effects of Changes in Comnmittee Power:
The Gramm-Rudman-Hollings Budget Reform, The Tax
Reform Act of 1986, and the Money Committees in the House
By JEFFREY  MILYO  ...........................................  93
Efficient Excise Taxation: The Evidence from Cigarettes
By DANIEL K. BENJAMIN AND WILLIAM R. DOUGAN ......... 113
Demand for Environmental Goods: Evidence from Voting
Patterns on California Initiatives
By MATTHEW E. KAHN AND JOHN G. MATSUSAKA ........... 137
The Rational Racketeer: Pasta Protection in Depression Era
Chicago
By BARBARA ALEXANDER ................................... 175
Products Liability and Prescription Drug Prices in Canada and
the United States
By  RICHARD  L  MANNING  ..................................  203

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