Fair competition: the law and economics of antitrust policy
The authors attempt to defend antitrust laws against the critics. After summarizing 15 years of court decisions, they conclude that the Sherman and Clayton Acts have not deviated from their historic and proper path.
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The New Criticism of Antitrust
Legal and Economic Standards for Antitrust Policy
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