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The Consumer Welfare Debate Comes to the FTC Hearings: Who’s on...

November 2018 The Consumer Welfare Debate Comes to the FTC Hearings: Who’s on the Right Side of History? By Joseph V. Coniglio (Wilson Sonsini Goodrich...

Six Severe Challenges in Implementing China’s Anti-Monopoly Law

CPI Asia Column edited by Vanessa Yanhua Zhang (Global Economics Group) present: Six Severe Challenges in Implementing China’s Anti-Monopoly Law 1  By Wang Xiaoye (Institute of Law...

2008-2018: A Retrospect of China’s Anti-Monopoly Law Enforcement System and Prospect...

CPI Asia Column edited by Vanessa Yanhua Zhang (Global Economics Group) present: 2008-2018: A Retrospect of China's Anti-Monopoly Law Enforcement System and Prospect and Commentary on the...

Review of Antitrust Stories (E. Fox & D. Crane eds.,...

William Kovacic, Apr 24, 2008 In the eye of the historian, published judicial decisions are badly incomplete accounts of the disputes they resolve. Some incompleteness...

Development of EC Competition Over Its First 50 Years Intervention...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Valentine Korah, Apr 06, 2007 Article 81 forbids as incompatible with the common market...

Learning from the Past: The Lessons of Vietnam, IBM, and Tying

Michael Salinger, Apr 01, 2006 With a major set of hearings scheduled in the United States on the antitrust treatment of single-firm conduct, economists have...

The 2013 Amendments to Japan’s Anti-Monopoly Act: Some History and a...

Oct 07, 2014 CPI Asia Column edited by Vanessa Zhang (Global Economics Group) presents: The 2013 Amendments to Japan’s Anti-Monopoly Act: Some History and a Preliminary...

Letter from the Editor – Spring 2014

Sep 11, 2014 The first competition law was passed in 1889 in Canada, followed shortly by the United States in 1890. Subsequent expansion of competition...

Islam, Islamic Countries, and Competition Law: From Past Glory to Modern...

Maher Dabbah, May 29, 2012 ...Despite this rich history and past glory, Islamic countries did not carry the mechanism of economic regulation, in the form...

Islam, Islamic Countries, and Competition Law: From Past Glory to Modern...

Maher Dabbah, May 29, 2012 ...Despite this rich history and past glory, Islamic countries did not carry the mechanism of economic regulation, in the form...

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