In this issue:
Of Current Interest
We present a revised and more general critical elasticity model, one that might reconcile competing arguments.
This paper presents and analyzes the merger review process between 1989 and 2008 to explore the evolution of the FTC’s enforcement regime as the Presidency moved from George Bush to Bill Clinton to George W. Bush .
Unfair Methods of Competition Under Section 5 of the FTC Act: Does the U.S. Need Rules “Above and Beyond Antitrust?
With recent changes in leadership taking hold at the FTC and throughout the federal government, there are renewed calls for efforts to extend Section 5 to additional forms of competitive conduct beyond the limits of established antitrust law.
During his campaign for the Presidency, then-Senator Barack Obama promised that he would direct his administration to reinvigorate antitrust enforcement, placing special emphasis on competition in health care and pharmaceuticals.