United States v. AT&T/Time Warner: A Triumph of Economic Analysis

Posted by Social Science Research Network United States v. AT&T/Time Warner: A Triumph of Economic Analysis By Joshua D. Wright (George Mason University) & Jan Rybnicek...
Pay

The Price Tag of ‘Pay-for-Delay’

By Robin Feldman (UC Hastings Law) In a landmark decision nearly a decade ago, the Supreme Court opened the door for antitrust suits against brand...

Does bank competition influence the lending channel in the euro area?

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol Zuzana Fungacova, Laura Solanko and Laurent Weill (all Bank of Finland) ask Does bank competition influence the lending channel in...

Tail Wagging the Dog: The Manipulation of Benchmark Rates – A...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Tail Wagging the Dog: The Manipulation of Benchmark Rates – A Competitive Bone of Contention Alexander Knut Pascall (Skadden, Arps,...

Employee-athletes, antitrust, and the future of college sports

Posted by Social Science Research Network Employee-athletes, antitrust, and the future of college sports By William W. Berry III (University of Mississippi) Abstract:      The Ninth Circuit’s...

Does Multimarket Contact Facilitate Tacit Collusion? Inference on Conduct Parameters in...

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol Federico Ciliberto (University of Virginia, CEPR) asks Does Multimarket Contact Facilitate Tacit Collusion? Inference on Conduct Parameters in the Airline...

Individuals and the Enforcement of Competition Law – Recent Development of...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Individuals and the Enforcement of Competition Law – Recent Development of the Private Enforcement Doctrine in Polish and European...
Postal Service

How the COVID-19 Pandemic Transformed the U.S. Postal Service into a...

By J. Gregory Sidak, Criterion Economics Years before the widespread use of email and the World Wide Web, Congress directed in the Postal Reorganization Act...

Why is the government investigating early decision at elite colleges?

Posted by Boston Globe Why is the government investigating early decision at elite colleges? By Deirdre Fernandes A Justice Department antitrust investigation into early-decision admissions practices has...

Empirical Evidence of Drug Pricing Games – A Citizen’s Pathway Gone...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Empirical Evidence of Drug Pricing Games - A Citizen's Pathway Gone Astray Robin Feldman, Evan Frondorf & Andrew K. Cordova (University of California) Abstract:      The...
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