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Technical Change and Firm Size: The Pharmaceutical Industry
The plan of this paper is as follows: First, we summarize and point out several problems we found with Comanor's study. Section III presents the results from a two-equation model that decomposes the technical change measure ...
The Economics of the Network-Affiliate Relationship
(American Economic Review, 1975-12)
The Economics of the Network-Affilate Relationship: Comment
The purpose of this note is to correct serveral erros in the ingenius graphical analysis of the economics of network-affiliate relationship in the television broadcasting industry.
Estimating the Effects of Regulation on Innovation: An International Comparative Analysis of the Pharmaceutical Industry
INNOVATION in the U.S. ethical drug industry in recent years has been characterized by a number of adverse developments. In particular, there has been a sharp decline in the rate of new product introductions and the incentive ...
SUBSTITUTION LAWS AND INNOVATION IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL-INDUSTRY
(LAW AND CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS, 1979)
Substitution laws and innovation in the pharmaceutical industry.
The pharmaceutical industry has been among the most innovative while being one of the most highly regulated industries in the United States. Government regulation of pharmaceutical product quality started in 19061 and has ...
Structural Effects of Regulation on Innovation in the Ethical Drug Industry
(Essays on industrial organization, in honor of Joe S. Bain, 1976)
Impact of Public Policy on Drug Innovation and Pricing
(Impact of Public Policy on Drug Innovation and Pricing, 1976)