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Antitrust crosscurrents in a changing economy

Antitrust crosscurrents in a changing economy

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Published by MCLE in Boston, MA (10 Winter Pl., Boston 02108-4751) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Antitrust law -- United States -- Congresses

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesAntitrust crosscurrents.
      StatementDaniel L. Goldberg ... [et al.].
      ContributionsGoldberg, Daniel L., 1946-, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. (1982- )
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF1649.A2 A416 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 402 p. ;
      Number of Pages402
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1131701M
      LC Control Number94078371

      Eventbrite - Competition Policy International + CCIA presents 2nd Annual Challenges to Antitrust in a Changing Economy - Friday, November 8, at Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA. Find event and ticket information. John Kwoka’s Controlling Mergers and Market Power: A Program for Reviving Antitrust in America is an important and timely contribution from a prominent antitrust economist and policy advisor. It has been many decades since questions about antitrust enforcement have been so prominent in political, economic, and scholarly debate.

        Ahead of the inaugural conference Challenges to Antitrust in a Changing Economy, co-organized by Competition Policy International (CPI) and the Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) at Harvard Law School on November 9th, CPI has conducted short interviews with various experts who will be panelists at the conference. Challenges to Antitrust in a Changing Economy. James Bessen spoke on rising monopoly power at Challenges to Antitrust in a Changing Economy, November 9, , at Harvard Law School.

        Antitrust In A Time Of Economic Crisis all the statutory laws on the books—is the one body of law most concerned about the economic and market consequences of business restructurings. Antitrust Law in the New Economy will inform and generate debate about the important issues concerning competition in today's information economy. The book's argument that antitrust law should limit the freedom of dominant information providers to design and use their products to gain competitive advantages makes it required reading for Silicon.


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Sellers now have the ability and motivation to distort the truth about their products when they make data available to intermediaries. The Handbook of Antitrust Economics offers scholars, students, administrators, courts, companies, and lawyers the economist's view of the subject, describing the application of newly developed theoretical models and improved empirical methods to antitrust and competition law in both the United States and the European Union.

(The book uses the U 4/5(1). The dead books are on the top floor of Southern Methodist University’s law library. “Antitrust Dilemma.” “The Antitrust Impulse.” “Antitrust in an Expanding Economy.” Shelf after. Antitrust in a Changing Economy and Changing Economics Posted on Novem by Jason Furman Jason Furman, former chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisers: We will likely need to update our competition policies to promote competition if we want to have more investment, more dynamism, more productivity growth, less inequality.

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On November 9 th, CPI and CCIA organized a conference on the topic of ‘Challenges to Antitrust in a Changing Economy’ at Harvard Law School. In the style of our previous conference recap on this blog, this post covers some of the salient issues discussed during the conference for those who could not make it (or want to relive it).

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Antitrust in a Changing Economy and Changing Economics Jason Furman (PIIE) This is a lightly edited transcript of remarks at the Federal Trade Commission Hearing on Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century, Septem Antitrust's pri-mary concern is with the manufacturing and service sectors of our in-dustrialized economy.2 Nevertheless, the size and strategic importance of manufacturing and service industries-generating over 70% of the national income-assure that antitrust is central to the entire by: 4.

Crosscurrents: West Indian Immigrants and Race offers an insightful examination of the complex relationship between race and ethnicity in contemporary American society. Based on interviews with over one hundred Jamaicans in New York, this book presents first-hand accounts of racial experiences among West Indian immigrants living in New York City.

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Austin. The A&P changed the way Americans do their grocery shopping, but it did so at a cost — thousands of mom-and-pop corner stores closed as the chain grew. Economic historian Marc Levinson. Antitrust Law in the New Economy will inform and generate debate about the important issues concerning competition in today's information economy.

The book's argument that antitrust law should limit the freedom of dominant information providers to design and use their products to gain competitive advantages makes it required reading for Silicon 4/5(3).

In the trade deficit reached a record level at that time. Antitrust laws played a relatively minor role in increasing the deficit, but business interests and politicians pressed for the relaxation of antitrust policy in order to make U.S.

firms more competitive against multinational companies headquartered in. Antitrust in a rapidly changing economy: large-scale investments and competition: papers from the fourteenth Conference on Antitrust Issues in Today's Economy, March 6, Author: Conference Board.

Antitrust law is not concerned with minor or short-lived deviations from effective competition, because many such deviations are self-correcting through the competitive process.¹ By focusing on market power, antitrust law is in part identifying those cases in which such self-correction is unlikely.

As digital disruption transforms the video industry, some are calling for expanding antitrust to deal with 21st century problems. But innovative technology has .In the early years of U.S. antitrust enforcement, most antitrust cases involved domestic firms that sold most of their goods in the domestic economy.

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