Antitrust policy: the case for repeal

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Cato Institute, May 1, 1986 - Law - 78 pages
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The author argues that there is no longer any economic theory or empirical evidence to support antitrust laws. He cites such cases as ,Alcoa,, ,Standard Oil,, ,Borden,, and ,Brown Shoe, to illustrate his contention that antitust enforcement has more often than not punished genuine competitive behavior.

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THEORY AND EVIDENCE
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in BARRIERS TO ENTRY
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PRICE DISCRIMINATION AND VERTICAL AGREEMENTS
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