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Post-Chicago Developments in Antitrust Law.

Author: Antonio Cucinotta; Roberto Pardolesi; Roger van den Bergh
Publisher: Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Pub., 2003.
Series: New horizons in law and economics.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This work offers a critical evaluation of the Chicago approach to antitrust. Judgements by the United States Supreme Court (in cases such as Kodak) and the debate surrounding the Microsoft monopoly have led to the view that antitrust has entered the post-Chicago era, in which previous immoderations are tempered, and more refined and accurate analyses take precedence. This claim is made at a time when European  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Antonio Cucinotta; Roberto Pardolesi; Roger van den Bergh
ISBN: 9781843767039 1843767031
OCLC Number: 732294672
Description: 1 online resource (352 pages).
Contents: Cover --
Copyright --
Contents --
Figures and tables --
Preface --
Contributors --
1: The reckoning of post-Chicago antitrust --
2: The difficult reception of economic analysis in European competition law --
3: A preface to post-Chicago antitrust --
4: Post-Chicago, post-Seattle and the dilemma of globalization --
5: The bounds approach to antitrust --
6: Dynamic efficiency and US antitrust policy --
7: 'Obvious' consumer harm in antitrust policy: the Chicago School, the post-Chicago school and the courts. 8: Second order oligopoly problems with international dimensions: sequential mergers, maverick firms and buyer power --
9: Rule fixing: an overlooked but general category of collusion --
10: Raising consumers' costs as an antitrust problems: a sketch of the argument from Kodak to Microsoft (the European proceedings) --
11: How safe is the king's throne? Network externalities on trial --
12: The vertical price fixing controversy --
13: The competitive dynamics of distribution restraints: efficiency versus rent seeking --
14: Cooperation, competition and collusion among firms at successive stages.
Series Title: New horizons in law and economics.

Abstract:

This work offers a critical evaluation of the Chicago approach to antitrust. Judgements by the United States Supreme Court (in cases such as Kodak) and the debate surrounding the Microsoft monopoly have led to the view that antitrust has entered the post-Chicago era, in which previous immoderations are tempered, and more refined and accurate analyses take precedence. This claim is made at a time when European competition policy is gradually embracing an economics-based approach. The authors discuss the economic foundations of competition policy and the different ways in which both American and.

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