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1. Markets as Belief Systems and Those Who Keep the Faith —Mark Schlesinger
2. Is a Dose of Competition Just What the Doctor Ordered?—David A. Hyman and Peter Jacobson
3. Competition and Quality as Dynamic Processes in the Balkans of American Health Care—Peter J. Hammer
4. Why Don't Courts Treat Hospitals Like Tanks for Liquefied Gases? Some Reflections on Health Care Antitrust Enforcement—Martin Gaynor
5. Antitrust and Hospital Mergers: Does the Nonprofit Form Affect Competitive Substance?—Thomas L. Greaney
6. Horses or Unicorns: Can Paying for Performance Make Quality Competition Routine?—William M. Sage and Dev N. Kalyan
7. Strategies to Enhance Price and Quality Competition in Health Care: Lessons Learned from Tracking Local Markets—Cara S. Lesser and Paul B. Ginsburg
8. The Federal Trade Commission, Clinical Integration, and the Organization of Physician Practice—Lawrence P. Casalino
9. Contesting Anticompetitive Actions Taken in the Name of the State: State Action Immunity and Health Care Markets—Clark C. Havighurst
10. Learning to Love the State Action Doctrine—William S. Brewbaker, III
11. The Role of Tax Exemption in a Competitive Health Care Market—John D. Colombo
12. Side Effects: A Dose of Competition and Access to Care—Sherry Glied
13. A Dose of Reality: Assessing the Federal Trade Commission/Department of Justice Report in an Uninsured, Underserved, and Vulnerable Population Context—Sara Rosenbaum
14. Beyond Competition: The Normative Implications of Consumer-Driven Health Plans—Meredith Rosenthal and Norman Daniels
15. The Role of Competition in Health Care: A Western European Perspective—Timothy Stoltzfus Jost, Diane Dawson, and André den Exter
16. Endnote—David A. Hyman
17. Fads in Medical Care Management and Policy, Theodore Marmor. Fads in Medical Care Management and Policy. —Pauline Vaillancourt Rosenau
18. How Healthy Are We? A National Study of Well-being at Midlife, Orville Gilbert Brim, Carol D. Ryff, and Ronald C. Kessler, eds. How Healthy Are We? A National Study of Well-being at Midlife—Diane S. Lauderdale
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