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Publications


Forthcoming Publications

  • Hinloopen, J. and Martin, S. (2016). Costly location in Hotelling duopoly. Research in Economics,
  • Martin, Stephen, and Choudhury, Subhasish M. (2016). Exclusivity and Exclusion in Platform Markets. Journal of Economics,

Journal Articles

  • Banerjee, T. & Martin, S. (2015). Pharmaceutical regulation and innovative performance: a decision-theoretic model. Managerial and Decision Economics, vol. 36 (3), 177-190.
  • Martin, Stephen (2015). Areeda-Turner and the Treatment of Exclusionary Pricing under U.S. Antitrust and EU Competition Policy. Review of Industrial Organization, vol. 46 (2), 229-252.
  • Guenster, A. & Martin, S. (2015). A Holy Alliance: Collusion in the Renaissance Europe Alum Market. Review of Industrial Organization, vol. 47 (1), 1-23.
  • Hinloopen, Jeroen & Martin, Stephen (2015). Introduction: 40 years of Areeda-Turner. Review of Industrial Organization, vol. 46 (2), 205-207.
  • Martin, S. (2015). Refusal to Deal and Investment in Product Quality. Research in Law and Economics, vol. 27 43-66.
  • Martin, S. & Vandekerckhove, J. (2013). Market performance implications of the Transfer Price Rule. Southern Economic Journal, vol. 80 (2), 466-487. | Related Website |
  • Martin, S. (2012). Market Structure and Market Performance. Review of Industrial Organization, vol. 40 87-108.
  • Martin, S. and Valbonesi, P. (2008). Equilibrium state aid in integrating markets. B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, vol. 8 (1), article 33. | Download |
  • Martin, Stephen (2006). Competition policy, collusion, and tacit collusion. International Journal of Industrial Organization,
  • Martin, Stephen (2004). Applied industrial organization: methodologies and research agenda. Economia e Politica Industriale, vol. 123 61-80.
  • Martin, S. (2003). The Evaluation of Strategic Research Partnerships. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, vol. 15 (2), 159-176. | Related Website |
  • Martin, S. (2002). Spillovers, Appropriability, and R&D. Journal of Economics, vol. 75 (1), 1-32.
  • Martin, S. (2002). Sunk Cost and Entry. Review of Industrial Organization, vol. 20 (4), 291-304. | Related Website |
  • Martin, S., Normann, H., & Snyder, C. (2001). Vertical Foreclosure in Experimental Markets. Rand Journal of Economics, vol. 32 (3), 466-96. | Related Website |
  • Martin, S. (2001). Competition Policy for High Technology Industries. Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade, vol. 1 (4), 441-65.
  • Martin, S., & Scott, J. (2000). The Nature of Innovation Market Failure and the Design of Public Support for Private Innovation. Research Policy, vol. 29 (5), 437-47.
  • Martin, S. (1999). Trade and Competition. The World Economy, vol. 22 (6), 895-907.
  • Martin, S. (1998). Strategic and Welfare Implications of Bundling. Economics Letters, vol. 62 (3), 371-6. | Related Website |
  • Martin, S., & Schrader (1998). Vertical Market Participation. Review of Industrial Organization, vol. 13 (3), 321-31.
  • Martin, S., & Hinloopen, J. (1997). Market Structure Determinants of National Brand-Private Label Price Differences of Manufactured Food Products: Comment. Journal of Industrial Economics, vol. 45 (2), 219-23.
  • Martin, S. (1996). Protection, Promotion and Cooperation in the European Semiconductor Industry. Review of Industrial Organization, vol. 11 (5), 721-735.
  • Martin, S. (1996). R&D Joint Ventures and Tacit Product Market Collusion. European Journal of Political Economy, vol. 11 (4), 733-741.
  • Martin, S. (1995). Oligopoly Limit Pricing: Strategic Substitutes, Strategic Complements. International Journal of Industrial Organization, vol. 13 (1), 41-65.
  • Martin, S. (1995). European Food Processing Industries. European Review, vol. 3 (2), 147-157.
  • Martin, S. (1994). Private and Social Incentives to Form R&D Joint Ventures. Review of Industrial Organization, vol. 9 (2), 157-171.
  • Martin, S. (1993). Endogenous Firm Efficiency in a Cournot Principal-Agent Model. Journal of Economic Theory, vol. 59 (2), 445-50.
  • Martin, S. (1991). Direct Foreign Investment in the United States. Journal of Economic Behavior And Organization, vol. 6 283-93.
  • Martin, S. & Evans, A. (1991). Socially Acceptable Distortion of Competition: Ec Policy on State Aid. European Law Review, vol. 16 (2), 79-111.
  • Martin, S. (1990). Modeling Oligopolistic Interaction. Review of Industrial Organization, vol. 5 (3), 71-89.
  • Martin, S. (1989). Sunk Costs, Financial Markets, and Contestability. European Economic Review, vol. 33 (6), 1089-113.
  • Martin, S. (1988). Market Power and/or Efficiency?. Review of Economics and Statistics, vol. 70 (2), 331-35.
  • Martin, S. (1988). The Measurement of Profitability and the Diagnosis of Market Power. International Journal of Industrial Organization, vol. 6 (3), 301-21.
  • Martin, S., Scherer, F., Long, W., Mueller, D., Pascoe, G., Ravenscraft, D., & Weiss, L. (1987). The Validity of Studies with Line of Business Data: Comment. American Economic Review, vol. 77 (1), 205-17. | Related Website |
  • Martin, S., Kreinin, M., & Sheehy, E. (1987). Market Structure and the Pass-Through of Exchange-Rate Fluctuations. Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv, vol. 123 (3), 449-62.
  • Martin, S. (1986). Causes and Effects of Vertical Integration. Applied Economics, vol. 18 (7), 737-55.
  • Martin, S., & Lunn, J. (1986). Market, Firm, and Research and Development. Review of Economics and Business, vol. 26 (1), 31-44.
  • Martin, S., & Goddeeris, J. (1985). Policy Change and Structural Change in the Health Care Industry. Antitrust Bulletin, vol. 30 (4), 949-74.
  • Martin, S. (1984). The Misuse of Accounting Rates of Return: Comment. American Economic Review, vol. 74 (3), 501-6.
  • Martin, S. (1984). A Bainsian Interpretation of Von Weizsäcker's Model of Scale Economies. Southern Economic Journal, vol. 50 (44), 1192-95.
  • Martin, S. (1984). Comment on the Specification of Structure-Performance Relationships. European Economic Review, vol. 24 (2), 197-201.
  • Martin, S., & Rence, C. (1984). Vertical Spillovers, Market Concentration, Union Coverage, and Wages. Journal of Labor Research, vol. 5 (2), 177-89.
  • Martin, S. (1984). Structure and Performance of U.S. Wholesale Trade. Managerial and Decision Economics, vol. 5 (3), 160-67.
  • Martin, S., & Koo, A. (1984). Market Structure and U.S. Trade Flows. International Journal of Industrial Organization, vol. 2 (3), 173-97.
  • Martin, S. (1984). Testing the Interaction Between Concentration and Barriers to Entry. Review of Industrial Organization, vol. 1 (2), 114-26.
  • Martin, S., Weiss, L., & Pascoe, G. (1983). The Size of Selling Costs. Review of Economics And Statistics, vol. 65 (4), 668-72. | Related Website |
  • Martin, S. (1983). Vertical Relationships and Industrial Performance. Quarterly Review of Economics And Business, vol. 23 (1), 6-18.
  • Martin, S. (1982). Industry Demand Characteristics and the Structure-Performance Relationship. Journal of Economics and Business, vol. 34 (1), 59-65.
  • Martin, S. (1982). Depletion and Natural Resources. Quarterly Review of Economics and Business, vol. 22 (2), 41-53.
  • Martin, S., & Ravenscraft, D. (1982). Aggregation and Studies of Industrial Profitability. Economics Letters, vol. 10 161-65.
  • Martin, S. (1980). The Inflation-Adjusting Auctioneer: Comment on Obst. Quarterly Journal of Economics, vol. 94 (2), 417-21.
  • Martin, S. (1979). Advertising, Concentration, and Profitability: The Simultaneity Problem. Bell Journal of Economics, vol. 10 (2), 639-47. | Related Website |
  • Martin, S. (1979). Entry Barriers, Concentration, and Profits. Southern Economic Journal, vol. 46 (2), 471-88.

Books

  • Stephen Martin (2010). Industrial Organization in Context. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Martin, S. (2003). Advanced Industrial Economics. Shanghai University of Finance & Economics Press.
  • Martin, S. (2001). Industrial Organization: A European Perspective. Oxford University Press.
  • Martin, S. (1998). Competition Policies in Europe. Elsevier-North Holland Publishers.
  • Martin, S. (1994). The Construction of Europe. Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • Martin, S. (1988). Industrial Economics: Economic Analysis and Public Policy. Macmillan, First Edition.

Book Chapters

  • Martin, S. & El-Agraa, Ali (2010). Energy Policy. Cambridge UP,
  • Martin, S. (2009). The Petroleum Industry. Macmillan, New York.
  • Stephen Martin (2008). Mergers: An Overview. Edward Elgar,
  • Stephen Martin (2008). The Goals of Antitrust and Competition Policy. American Bar Association, | Related Website | Download |
  • Martin, S. (2007). Competition Policy. Oxford University Press,
  • Stephen Martin (2007). Remembrance of Things Past: Antitrust, Ideology, and the Development of Industrial Economics. Elsevier, 25-57. | Related Website | Download |
  • Martin, Stephen and Paola Valbonesi (2006). State aid to business. Edward Elgar,
  • Martin, Stephen (2006). Building on Coal and Steel: European Integration in the 1950s and the 1960s. Oxford University Press, 126-140.
  • Martin, S. (2004). Coal and Steel: First Steps in European Market Integration. Kluwer Academic Publishers,
  • Martin, S. (2004). Globalization and the Limits of Competition. Edward Elgar Publishing,
  • Martin, S. (2000). Product Market Competition Policy and Technological Performance. Cambridge University Press, 161-90.
  • Martin, S., & Valbonesi, P. (2000). State Aid in Context. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK. vol. 1 176-201.
  • Martin, S. (2000). Resource Allocation by a Competition Authority. Routledge,
  • Martin,S. (1999). Depression Cartels, Market Structure, and Performance. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston.
  • Martin,S. (1998). Competition Policy: Publicity vs. Prohibition & Punishment. Elsevier-North Holland Publishers,
  • Martin, S., Harstad, & Normann, H. (1998). Experimental Tests of Consciously Parallel Behavior in Oligopoly. Cambridge University Press, | Related Website |
  • Martin, S. (1997). Public Policies Toward Cooperation in Research and Development: The European Union, Japan, The United States. Routledge, London. 245-288.
  • Martin, S. (1997). New Product Innovation Races. Kyushuu University Press, Fukuoka. 91-118.
  • Martin, S., & Philips, L. (1995). Product Differentiation and the Passthrough of Exchange Rates to Domestic Prices. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht. 147-161. | Related Website |
  • Martin, S., & Evans, A. (1994). Reform of the Structural Funds. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 41-70.
  • Martin, S. (1992). Economic Efficiency and Concentration: Are Mergers a Fitting Response?. I Valori Della Concorrenza, 186-217.
  • Martin, S., & Measday, W. (1986). The Petroleum Industry. Macmillan, New York. (7), 38-73.
  • Martin, S., & Adams, W. (1986). Public Support of Innovative Activity: Lessons From U. S. Industrial Policy. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Dordrecht. 413-39.

Book Review

  • Martin, S. (2013). In Search of a Chicago School: Review of Van Horn, Miroski, and Stapleford's Building Chicago Economics. Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, 225-237.