Economic Inputs, Legal Outputs: The Role of Economists in Modern Antitrust
Brings together a selection of articles which discuss the role of economists in the enforcement of antitrust law. Presents the various ways economists function in the world of antitrust. Includes econometric market delineation, monopolies, and antitrust analysis. Features dozens of antitrust legal proceedings as well as analyses of industrial organizations.
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