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DOJ Antitrust Division: Popular ends should not justify anti-competitive collusion

By Makan Delrahim, USA Today The loftiest of purported motivations do not excuse anti-competitive collusion among rivals. That’s long-standing...

Progressive Antitrust Paradox

By The Editorial Board, Wall Street Journal After news broke Friday that the Justice Department is...

How US antitrust law works, and what it means for Big...

Posted by CNBC US antitrust law dates back to 1890, but it's been largely out of the spotlight for...

Collusion in Brokered Markets

By John William Hatfield & Richard Lowery (University of Texas), Scott Duke Kominers (Harvard) The U.S. residential real estate...

A cruel parody of antitrust enforcement

By The Editorial Board, The New York Times President Trump’s Justice Department — for it is increasingly clear that the...

Antitrust and Tech: Europe and the United States Differ, and It...

By Gregory J. Werden & Luke M. Froeb (Vanderbilt University) European enforcers have brought high-profile antitrust cases against...

Google could be this century’s Standard Oil – will it be...

By Hannah Boland, James Titcomb & Natasha Bernal Fines and investigations have become a part of everyday...

The Impact of EU Cartel Policy Reforms on the Timing of...

By Hans Wolfgang Friederiszick, Linda Gratz & Michael Rauber (E.CA Economics) Private cartel damages litigation is on the rise...

Lumps in Antitrust Law

By Sean Sullivan (University of Iowa) This paper uses the framework of aggregation and separation that Lee Fennell develops...

The World’s First Ambassador to the Tech Industry

By Adam Satariano, The New York Times Casper Klynge, a career diplomat from Denmark, has worked in some of...

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