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From the Editor David Evans, Apr 30, 2009 From the Editor: Spring 2009 The contributors to this issue well deserve thanks from the editorial team and our...

A Note on Director & Levi (1956)

Keith Hylton, Nov 05, 2007 In their uninformatively titled article, Law and the Future: Trade Regulation,Director and Levi set out a research agenda as well...

Review of Hovenkamp, The Antitrust Enterprise: Principle and Execution

Randal Picker, Oct 30, 2006 Herbert Hovenkamp is best known to the antitrust bar for his role as the senior surviving author of the multi-volume...

Tying, Foreclosure, and Exclusion (1990)(reprint)

Dec 20, 2012 In recent years, the "leverage theory" of tied good sales has faced heavy and influential criticism. In an important sense, though, the...

Law and the Future: Trade Regulation (1956) (reprint)

Jun 19, 2012 Originally published in the Northwestern University Law Review, Vol. 51, No. 281, 1956. Reprinted with special permission of Northwestern University School of...

A Note on Director & Levi (1956) (reprint)

Jun 19, 2012 In their uninformatively titled article, “Law and the Future: Trade Regulation,” Director and Levi set out a research agenda as well as...

How Economics Can Improve Antitrust Doctrine towards Tie-In Sales: Comment on...

Dennis Carlton, Michael Waldman, Apr 01, 2005 Tirole has written an excellent primer focused on what is known about tying and what he believes is...

The Undead? A Comment on Professor Elhauge’s Paper

Paul Seabright, Paul Seabright, Nov 11, 2009 Professor Einer Elhauge has written a paper whose title (Tying, Bundled Discounts, and the Death of the Single...

Overshot the Mark? A Simple Explanation of the Chicago School’s Influence...

Joshua Wright, Apr 15, 2009 Overshot the Mark is an important collection of essays presenting a challenge to the Chicago School´s dominating influence on United...

Book Review: How the Chicago School Overshot the Mark

William Kolasky, Apr 30, 2009 A senior official in the Bush Antitrust Division has defended judicial decisions as signaling not less antitrust, but better...

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