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Innovation: A Bridge to the New Brandeisians?

Innovation: A Bridge to the New Brandeisians?

By Richard J. Gilbert* & A. Douglas Melamed**   The push to reform antitrust law by more aggressive enforcement strategies and perhaps new legislation has been...
Potential Competition as Process and Structure

Potential Competition as Process and Structure

Before the development of formal price theory in the early twentieth century, which included the invention of the theory of “perfect” competition, economists held...
The Old Brandeis and the New Madison in Historical Perspective

The Old Brandeis and the New Madison in Historical Perspective

The modern progressive view of antitrust, which has its origins in Louis Brandeis’s famous attack on “The Curse of Bigness,” regards large firm size...
Brandeis Chicago Schumpeter Future Competition Policy

Twilight of the Lodestars: Brandeis, Chicago, Schumpeter and the Future of...

By Joseph V. Coniglio1   “All becoming and growing — all that guarantees a future — involves pain.”2 Something like this may be said of U.S....

On the Colombian Antitrust Law and Why It Might Be One...

By Ismael Beltrán Prado (Colombian Competition Authority)1   While writing this short column, The Economist launched a new series of economics briefs, which will be dedicated...
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