CPI 2(1)

The Antitrust Treatment of Unilateral Effects: A U.S. Perspective

Herbert Hovenkamp, Apr 01, 2006

The Law of Exclusionary Pricing

The success of the Areeda-Turner test for predatory pricing and the U.S. Supreme Court’s adoption of demanding proof requirements in its 1993 Brooke Group decision have made it very difficult for plaintiffs to win conventional predatory pricing claims.

Michael Salinger, Apr 01, 2006

Learning from the Past: The Lessons of Vietnam, IBM, and Tying

With a major set of hearings scheduled in the United States on the antitrust treatment of single-firm conduct, economists have an opportunity to provide analysis that informs policy. Yet, the opportunity will be lost if economic analysis does not provide insights into how to distinguish anticompetitive from pro-competitive behavior.

From the Editor

Richard Schmalensee, Apr 01, 2006

From the Editor: Spring 2006

Firms with market power engage in a variety of business practices that harm their rivals. Under what circumstances should the antitrust laws condemn these practices because they will harm consumers?

The Antitrust Treatment of Unilateral Effects: An EC Perspective

Jordi Gual, Anne Perrot, Michele Polo, Patrick Rey, Klaus Schmidt, Rune Stenbacka, Apr 01, 2006

An Economic Approach to Article 82

This report argues in favour of an economics-based approach to Article 82, in a way similar to the reform of Article 81 and merger control.

Alicia Van Cauwelaert, Apr 01, 2006

The Art

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