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Other Papers, cont’d


"Statement on Public Policy Toward Sports." Hearings, Select Committee on Professional Sports, U.S. House of Representatives, September 1976.

"Statement on H.R. 11611." Drug Regulation Reform Act of 1978. Hearings: Subcommittee on Health and the Environment, U.S. House of Representatives, June 1978, p. 2156ff.

"The Economics of Boxing Regulation in California," co-authors Joel A. Balbien and James P. Quirk. Social Science Working Paper No. 366, California Institute of Technology, January 1981. Report to California Athletic Commission.

Implementing Tradable Emissions Permits for Sulfur Oxides Emissions in the South Coast Basin (three volumes), co-authors Glen Cass and Robert Hahn. Report to California Air Resources Board. Caltech Environmental Quality Laboratory, June 1983.

"Economic Effects of the Financial Interest and Syndication Rule," co-authors Robert Crandall and Bruce Owen. Economists, Inc., April 1983. Submitted to Federal Communications Commission, Inquiry on Television Networks.

"Pay and Performance in Baseball: Modeling Regulars, Reserves and Expansion," co-author Rodney D. Fort. Social Science Working Paper No. 527, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 1984.

"Promises, Promises: Campaign Contributions and the Reputation for Services," co-author John Ferejohn. Social Science Working Paper No. 545, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, 1984.

"Local Telephone Prices and the Subsidy Question," co-author Nina W. Cornell. Presented at Annual Meetings of the American Economic Association, December 1984, and at the Conference on Telecommunications Demand Modelling, Bell Communications Research, October 1985.

"The Economics of Bell Operating Company Diversification in the Post-Divestiture Telecommunications Industry," co-authors Kenneth Baseman and Stephen Silberman. ICF, Incorporated, September 1986. Submitted in First Triennial Review, Modification of Final Judgment, U.S. vs. AT&T.

"Two's Company, Three's a Crowd: Duverger's Law Reconsidered," co-author John A. Ferejohn. Presented at Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, September 1987.

"Telecommunications Reform in Brazil." Report to the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, September 1990.

"Marketable Emissions Permits in Los Angeles." Report to the South Coast Air Quality Management District. Center for Economic Policy Publication No. 285, Stanford University, January 1991.

"Statement on the Baseball Antitrust Exemption." Hearings before the Subcommittee on Antitrust, Monopolies, and Business Rights, Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, December 1992.

“Regulatory Transparency in Telecommunications: Public Interest Standards for BOC Entry into Long Distance,” co-author Robert Litan, August 1998. Submitted to FCC Docket CCBPol 98-4.

“Remedies Brief of Amicus Curie,” co-authors Robert Litan, William Nordhaus and Frederic Scherer. U.S. v. Microsoft, U. S. District Court, District of Columbia, April 2000. Available at: www.aei.brookings.org/publications/index.php?tab=author&authorid=14.

“ Promoting Efficient Use of Spectrum Through Elimination of Barriers to the Development of Secondary Markets,” 36 co-authors. Submitted to Federal Trade Commission, February 2001. Available at:

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