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International Journal of Industrial Organization

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Current editor: P. Bajari
Current editor: B. Caillaud
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Series handle: RePEc:eee:indorg
ISSN: 0167-7187

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July 2006, Volume 24, Issue 4

May 2006, Volume 24, Issue 3

March 2006, Volume 24, Issue 2

January 2006, Volume 24, Issue 1

December 2005, Volume 23, Issue 9-10

September 2005, Volume 23, Issue 7-8

June 2005, Volume 23, Issue 5-6

April 2005, Volume 23, Issue 3-4

February 2005, Volume 23, Issue 1-2

December 2004, Volume 22, Issue 10

November 2004, Volume 22, Issue 8-9

September 2004, Volume 22, Issue 7

June 2004, Volume 22, Issue 6

May 2004, Volume 22, Issue 5

April 2004, Volume 22, Issue 4

March 2004, Volume 22, Issue 3

February 2004, Volume 22, Issue 2

January 2004, Volume 22, Issue 1

December 2003, Volume 21, Issue 10

November 2003, Volume 21, Issue 9

October 2003, Volume 21, Issue 8

September 2003, Volume 21, Issue 7

June 2003, Volume 21, Issue 6

May 2003, Volume 21, Issue 5

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