Dear Readers,

In this edition of the Antitrust Chronicle, we present a set of pieces that deal with the interaction between antitrust enforcement and the pursuit of economic equality, which is to the forefront of modern political discourse.

In economic jargon, no terms are as fraught as the notions of “winners” and “losers.” From Rawlsian theory to the concept of Pareto optimality, these ideas are interwoven into every area of economic discourse, and the specific domain of antitrust law is no exception.

From the earliest days of antitrust enforcement, commentators have bee

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