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Comment on Antitrust Sanctions

Nov 05, 2010 In their thoughtful article, Douglas Ginsburg and Joshua Wright make five key points towards enhancing cartel deterrence through increased penalties: Collusion is...

Letter From the Editor

Antitrust authorities have pursued cartels with steadily increasing vigor over the last three decades. Guided in significant part by economics and game theory, authorities...

2003-2010: Brazil’s Anti-Cartel Effort”What’s Next?

Ana Paula Martinez, Jul 14, 2010 According to the OECD 2010 Competition Law & Policy in Brazil-A Peer Review, "Brazil's anti-cartel programme is now widely...

Behavioral Economics as Applied to Firms: A Primer

Mark Armstrong, Steffen Huck, Apr 01, 2010 We discuss the literatures on behavioral economics, bounded rationality, and experimental economics as they apply to firm behavior...

It Ain’t Funny How Time Slips Away: Amnesty Recipient Cooperation in...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Jay Himes, Aug 13, 2009 Five years ago, Congress enacted the Antitrust Criminal Penalty...

Cartel Enforcement Today: The Perils of the Economic Downturn

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Donald Klawiter, Sep 30, 2008 These are dangerous times for corporate executives. In times...

Recent Developments in EU Anti-Cartel Enforcement

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Kirtikumar Mehta, Sep 30, 2008 Anti-cartel enforcement has been a major priority for some...

Steps in the Right Direction: A Look at the Draft Regulations...

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Abdullah Hussain, Aug 27, 2008 In January this year, the yet to be fully-constituted...

Cartel Damages in England: Exemplary Damages Rejected

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle Jon Lawrence, Elaine Whiteford, Nov 07, 2007 In Devenish and others v Sanofi-Aventis and...
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