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 neededĀ for or in connection with the use...

Cartel Detection and Duration Worldwide

John M. Connor, Sep 28, 2011 In the old days-before price-fixing became illegal nearly everywhere-cartels operated in the public sphere. In some cases, the formation...

Practical Considerations for UPP Analysis

Malcolm Coate, Jun 22, 2011 A recent edition of the CPI Antitrust Chronicle provided a range of perspectives on the applicability of the Upward Pricing...

Corporate Restructurings, Debt-for-Equity Swaps: Competition Law Perspectives

Paolo Palmigiano, Josh Sherer, Jul 28, 2011 This article discusses the application and practical implications of merger control rules to certain transactions not traditionally seen...

Getting Exclusion Cases Right: Intel and Beyond

Timothy Brennan, Dec 13, 2011 The continuing fire over how to assess the competitive effects of single-firm conduct received yet more gasoline in the wake...

Price Theory and Merger Guidelines

Sonia Jaffe, Glen Weyl, Mar 14, 2011 The innovations of the new U.K. and U.S. merger guidelines released last year have excited many economists. On...

Introduction of Leniency Programs for Cartel Participants: The Russian Case

Svetlana Avdasheva, Andrey Shastitko, Aug 30, 2011 Collusion of market participants is one of the most dangerous forms of restriction of competition, adversely affecting incentives...

Design and Implementation of Screens and Their Use by Defendants

Rosa Abrantes-Metz, Sep 28, 2011 Over the last few years, economic analysis in general, and empirical screens in particular, have become increasingly important in cases...

Upward Price Pressure, Merger Simulation, and Merger Simulation Light

Michael Noel, Mar 14, 2011 Every year, the Federal Trade Commission("FTC")and the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice ("DOJ") are notified of thousands of...

A Presentation on Assessment of Market Power and Dominance

David Evans, Jun 01, 2011 Now if antitrust were a movie, then market definition, which Professor Schmalensee has talked about earlier, is surely the star....
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