Trade Regulation: Cases and Materials
Foundation Press, 1997 - Law - 1326 pages
Features that make Trade Regulation an indispensable teaching tool include: * Integrated discussion of the major antitrust guidelines produced by the Department of Justice & the FTC during the 1990s & significant antitrust process issues * Expanded comparative law materials to reflect expanded antitrust systems of other nations * A series of economic essays & notes, prepared in collaboration with Steven C. Salop, offer the authors' & an eminent economist's views on key questions relating to the development of antitrust policy * Hypothetical problems are found throughout the casebook.
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