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“From Collusion to Competition” – Sixth Issue

Mar 01, 2013 CPI Cartel Column edited by Rosa Abrantes-Metz (NYU Stern School of Business) Introduction by Rosa Abrantes-Metz Welcome to the February issue of “From Collusion...

“From Collusion to Competition” – Fifth Issue

Jan 31, 2013 CPI Cartel Column edited by Rosa Abrantes-Metz (NYU Stern School of Business) Introduction by Rosa Abrantes-Metz Happy New Year, and welcome to January’s issue...

Education Before Enforcement? Key Insights From Australian Cartel Research

Caron Beaton-Wells, Christine Parker, Oct 15, 2012 Close scrutiny and tough sanctioning of cartel conduct (involving price-fixing, market sharing, output reduction, or bid-rigging by competing...

Interview: Update on “Screens for Conspiracies and Their Multiple Applications”

Rosa Abrantes-Metz, Jun 19, 2012 As part of our Spring 2012 issue, CPI is presenting a retrospective of our best articles in the past and...

Screens for Conspiracies and Their Multiple Applications (reprint)

Rosa Abrantes-Metz, Patrick Bajari, Jun 19, 2012 A screen is a statistical test designed to detect conspiracies aimed at illegally manipulating a market. Competition authorities,...

Leniency Programs in Latin America: New Tools for Cartel Enforcement

Elisa Mariscal, Carlos Mena-Labarthe, Nov 05, 2010 The fight against cartels has become a central feature for many competition agencies. In Latin America, this fight...

Screens for Conspiracies and Their Multiple Applications

Rosa Abrantes-Metz, Patrick Bajari, Nov 05, 2010 A screen is a statistical test designed to detect conspiracies aimed at illegally manipulating a market. Competition authorities,...

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