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How the Chicago School overshot the mark : the effect of conservative economic analysis on U.S. antitrust

Author: Robert Pitofsky
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2008.
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The essays collected in this book concern the rise and recent fall of American antitrust. Of the 15 essays, almost all express a deep concern that conservative economic analysis is leading judges and enforcement officials toward an approach that will ultimately harm consumer welfare.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Pitofsky
ISBN: 9780195339765 0195339762 9780195372823 0195372824
OCLC Number: 191207426
Description: xiv, 309 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Conservative economic analysis and its effects --
Is efficiency all that counts? --
Chicago School and dominant firm behavior --
Can vertical arrangements injure consumer welfare? --
Has the free rider explanation for vertical arrangements been unrealistically expanded? --
Reinvigorating merger enforcement that has declined as a result of conservative economic analysis.
Responsibility: edited by Robert Pitofsky.
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The essays collected in this book concern the rise and recent fall of American antitrust. Of the 15 essays, almost all express a deep concern that conservative economic analysis is leading judges and enforcement officials toward an approach that will ultimately harm consumer welfare.

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Chairman Pitofsky's timely book teaches us important truths about antitrust. This book convincingly rebuts the Chicago School approach to economics and competition policy while reminding us that the Read more...

 
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