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Introduction to Harberger’s Monopoly and Resource Allocation–The Pioneering Article on Deadweight...

Hill Wellford, Nov 01, 2009 Arnold Harberger´s 1954 article, Monopoly and Resource Allocation,brought empirical analysis of the social costs of monopoly into the mainstream of...

Platform Competition in Two-Sided Markets

Jean-Charles Rochet, Jean Tirole, Jan 30, 2015 Many if not most markets with network externalities are two-sided. To succeed, platforms in industries such as software,...

The Design of Competition Policy Institutions for the 21st Century—The Experience...

Philip Lowe, Sep 11, 2014 All competition policy and enforcement systems consist of essentially two components: the legal instruments (‘rules’) governing both substance, competences and...

Appropriating the Returns from Industrial Research and Development (1950)(reprint)

Dec 20, 2013 To have the incentive to undertake research and development, a firm must be able to appropriate returns sufficient to make the investment...

An Introduction to Whinston’s Tying, Foreclosure, and Exclusion by M.D. Whinston

Eliana Garces, Dec 20, 2012 After its publication in 1990, Michael Whinston's article on Tying, Foreclosure, and Exclusion, quickly achieved fame for being the first...

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...

A Tribute, of Sorts, to William F. Baxter’s Bank Interchange of...

Thomas Brown, Dec 22, 2011 In 1983, the Assistant Attorney General of the Antitrust Division in the United States Department of Justice, Bill Baxter, did...

Monopoly in Chains: Antitrust and the Great A&P

Marc Levinson, Dec 13, 2011 Accompanying Interview: Besides the article summarized below, we're pleased to present an interview with Marc Levinson, author of the new book,...

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