Antitrust and the Triumph of Economics: Institutions, Expertise, and Policy Change

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UNC Press Books, 1991 - Business & Economics - 302 pages
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Eisner contends that Reagan's economic agenda, reinforced by limited prosecution of antitrust offenses, was an extension of well established trends. During the 1960s and 1970s, critical shifts in economic theory within the academic community were transmit
 

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Contents

Antitrust and the Redefinition of Public Authority
1
The Institutions of Antitrust
21
The Historical Legacy Institutional Conflict Organizational Impotence and the Definition of Antitrust
47
Models Markets and Public Authority The Intellectual Context of Policy Change
90
The Integration of Law and Economics at the Antitrust Division From Planning to Process
119
Economics and Organizational Change The Revitalization of the Federal Trade Commission
150
A Reagan Revolution in Antitrust? Economics Ideology and the Limits of Institutional Change
184
The Triumph of Economics Institutions Expertise and Policy Change
228
NOTES
243
BIBLIOGRAPHY
269
INDEX
295
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