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A Brief History of Imperfect Competition

A Brief History of Imperfect Competition

I explore the history of the idea of imperfect competition in economics. Its foundations were in the Nineteenth Century, but largely outside the Anglo-sphere....
Consumer Welfare

Why Patent Monopsonies Increase Consumer Welfare

By Bernard Chao & Tod Duncan (University of Denver Sturm College of Law) Technical standards are an essential part of how the modern world operates....
Nobel Prize

Two US Academics Awarded The Nobel Prize In Economic Sciences

American economists Paul Milgrom and Robert Wilson have been awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize in economics for their contributions to auction theory, reported The Wall Street...
Digital plataform

Uncertain Harms: The Case of Nascent Competitors

By Scott Hemphill (Le Concurrentialiste) Economics plays a central role in modern antitrust. When parties seek clearance for a merger, they offer sophisticated predictions about...
Antitrust Law

Applying Economics to the Internet: Can Regulators and Competition Authorities Keep...

By Oliver Bethell (Google) & Alexander Waksman (Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP Date Written: November 25, 2019 Abstract This article is based on the text of...

The Economics Of Amateurism: Breaking Down The Latest Lawsuit Against The...

Posted by Forbes The Economics Of Amateurism: Breaking Down The Latest Lawsuit Against The NCAA By Thomas Baker In what could prove to be a battle...

The Logic of Market Definition

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Logic of Market Definition By David Glasner & Sean Patrick Sullivan Despite the voluminous commentary that the topic has attracted in recent...

How to Economize Consumer Protection

Posted by Social Science Research Network How to Economize Consumer Protection By Michael R. Baye (Indiana University) & Joshua D. Wright (George Mason University) The US antitrust...

Competition Law: Convergence in Uncertainty are We Where We Thought We...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Competition Law: Convergence in Uncertainty are We Where We Thought We Were? By David J. Gerber (Chicago-Kent College of Law) Abstract:...

Patent Privateers and Antitrust Fears

Posted by Social Science Research Network Patent Privateers and Antitrust Fears By Matthew G. Sipe (Yale University) Abstract:         Patent trolls are categorically demonized as...
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