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Collusion Theories in Merger Analysis: Still Alive and Kicking

Malcolm Coate, Jun 19, 2012 In a 2008 paper published in this journal, I described the continuing success of coordinated interaction (collusion) theories in maintaining...

Partial Acquisitions: Recent MOFCOM Action Suggests Possible Divergence With U.S. Standards

Paul Cuomo, Charles Malaise, Changrong Xu, Jan 10, 2012 Long ago, the U.S. Supreme Court confirmed that partial acquisitions are subject to the Clayton Act's...

The Intersection of Consumer Protection and Competition in the New World...

Julie Brill, May 20, 2011 Privacy issues are becoming increasingly important during this time of rapid technological advance. This article addresses the important question of how the...

Nine Next Steps for Transatlantic Antitrust Policy Cooperation

William Kovacic, Oct 19, 2011 The enhancement of cooperation in competition policy between the European Union and the United States is a genuine success story...

EU/U.S. Cooperation in the Area of Competition Policy

Holger Dieckmann, Miek van der Wee, Oct 19, 2011 The 20th anniversary of the EU-U.S. Cooperation Agreement takes place in an era of globalisation and...

The U.S./EC Antitrust Cooperation Agreement: Genesis, Innovation, and Early Implementation

James Rill, Oct 14, 2011 The antitrust agreement between the United States and the European Commission,  which has now passed its 20th birthday, constitutes a...

Twenty Years of Transatlantic Antitrust Cooperation: The Past and the Future

Rachel Brandenburger, Oct 14, 2011 I am deeply honored to have been asked to contribute to the celebratory publication of articles marking the 20th anniversary...

Conversations with Jon Leibowitz and Joaquin Almunia

Joaquin Almunia, David Evans, Jon Leibowitz, May 19, 2011 Competition policy has grown explosively in the last quarter century. There are more than 100 countries with competition...

The Intersection of Consumer Protection and Competition in the New World...

Julie Brill, May 20, 2011 Privacy issues are becoming increasingly important during this time of rapid technological advance. This article addresses the important question of how the...

Innovation Market Theory and Practice: An Analysis and Proposal for Reform

Kent Bernard, May 20, 2011 Encouraging and/or preserving innovation in mergers and acquisitions have been critical factors in modern antitrust analysis. These aims have been justification for...
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