Antitrust Law and Economics

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Keith N. Hylton
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2010 - Law - 298 pages
In this outstanding new book Professor Keith Hylton and his collaborators examine what antitrust law has become over the past ten years, a time in which economic analysis has become its undisputed core. What has become of the old antitrust doctrine, what
 

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Contents

1 The economics of antitrust enforcement
1
2 Facilitating practices and concerted action under Section 1 of the Sherman Act
23
3 The law of group boycotts and related economic considerations
46
4 The economics of monopoly power in antitrust
64
5 The law and economics of monopolization standards
82
6 The law and economics of predatory pricing
116
7 The essential facilities doctrine
157
8 Antitrust analysis of tying arrangements and exclusive dealing
183
9 Vertical restraints competition and the rule of reason
213
10 Market concentration in the antitrust analysis of horizontal mergers
234
11 Patent litigation licensing nonobviousness and antitrust
261
Index
281
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