Antitrust Forum-Shopping in England: Is Provimi Ltd v Aventis Correct?

Brian Kennelly, May 28, 2010 This article examines the judgment of Aikens J in Provimi Ltd and ors v Aventis Animal Nutrition SA and ors,...

(Minimum) Resale Price Maintenance Under the New Guidelines: A Critique and...

Yves Botteman, Kees Jan Kuilwijk, Jun 14, 2010 During its recent revision of rules regarding vertical agreements, which culminated in a revised block exemption for...

The Packers and Stockyards Act: A History of Failure to Date

Peter Carstensen, Apr 29, 2010 Congress adopted the Packers and Stockyards Act ("PSA") in 1921 to achieve two goals that antitrust law and state market...

The Future of Behavioral Economics in Antitrust Jurisprudence

SCOTUS, Douglas Ginsburg, Derek Moore, Apr 01, 2010 Neoclassical economics or “price theory” has had a profound effect upon antitrust analysis, first as practiced in...

Behavioral Economics as Applied to Firms: A Primer

Mark Armstrong, Steffen Huck, Apr 01, 2010 We discuss the literatures on behavioral economics, bounded rationality, and experimental economics as they apply to firm behavior...

How Many Markets are Two-Sided?

Lapo Filistrucchi, Jul 27, 2010 There is a lot of talk nowadays, among competition policy practitioners, about two-sided markets and two-sided platforms. It is indeed...

Competition and Dynamics in Market Structure in Corn and Soybean Seed

Bruce Dahl, William Wilson, Apr 29, 2010 There has been a sharp increase in planting of genetically modified ("GM") crops in the past decade and...

The Failed Resurrection of the Single Monopoly Profit Theory

Einer Elhauge, Apr 01, 2010 Professor Paul Seabright claims that an absence of empirical proof supports the single monopoly profit theory. This claim fails because...

Antitrust Sanctions

Douglas Ginsburg, Joshua Wright, Nov 05, 2010 In this article, we first discuss traditional deterrence theory as applied to optimal criminal antitrust penalties. Then we...

The Impact of Behavioral Economics on Consumer and Competition Policies

Eliana Garces, Apr 01, 2010 Interesting questions are being asked about the policy implications of relaxing commonly held assumptions about how people make decisions. If...
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