Upward Pricing Pressure and Critical Loss Analysis: Response

Joseph Farrell, Carl Shapiro, Jan 07, 2011 As members of the Department of Justice  and Federal Trace Commission working group that is reviewing the Horizontal...

Monopoly in Chains: Antitrust and the Great A&P

Marc Levinson, Dec 13, 2011 Accompanying Interview: Besides the article summarized below, we're pleased to present an interview with Marc Levinson, author of the new book,...

The Impact of the Lisbon Treaty on EU Competition Law: A...

Ben Van Rompuy, Dec 13, 2011 When the EU leaders agreed on the final version of the Lisbon Treaty, one particular amendment caused turmoil in...

“Potential” Downstream Markets in European Antitrust Law: A Concept in Need...

John Temple Lang, Dec 22, 2011 Under European Union competition law, a dominant company has a duty to provide important inputs to its competitors. The...

The Challenge of Competitive Neutrality in Public Procurement and Competition Policy:...

Simon Taylor, Jul 14, 2011 Competitive neutrality describes the aim of a level playing field in mixed public/private markets, where state-owned or quasi-public bodies line...

Understanding Competition Law

Sep 13, 2011 Understanding Competition Law At the end of June 2011, the Office of Fair Trading ("the OFT") published a collection of online resources to...

Practical Aspects of Aftermarkets in European Competition Law

John Temple Lang, May 20, 2011 An "aftermarket" is a market for the supply of products or services needed for or in connection with the use...

Jeffrey Rohlfs’ 1974 Model of Facebook: An Introduction and Reprint

Richard Schmalensee, May 17, 2011 Jeffrey Rohlfs' pioneering 1974 study of demand in the presence of network externalities, which make each actor's demand for some good...

Innovation Market Theory and Practice: An Analysis and Proposal for Reform

Kent Bernard, May 20, 2011 Encouraging and/or preserving innovation in mergers and acquisitions have been critical factors in modern antitrust analysis. These aims have been justification for...

Time-Series Models for Estimating Economic Damages in Antitrust (and Other) Litigation:...

Paul Godek, Dec 13, 2011 Economic damages can arise from a variety of bad acts: a breach of contract, a patent violation, an oil-spill, or...

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