1 edition of Antitrust, an economic approach found in the catalog.
Antitrust, an economic approach
Richard A. Givens
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Richard A. Givens.|
|LC Classifications||KF1649 .G58 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (loose-leaf) ;|
|LC Control Number||83009346|
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Antitrust: An Economic Approach. focuses on the economic reasoning behind antitrust enforcement and examines how day-to-day business decisions may affect your clients' potential antitrust liability.
The book examines antitrust from an economic perspective, covering: antitrust laws of the European Union; the Hart-Scott-Rodino premerger notification rules; takeovers and anti-takeover statutes. Antitrust: An Economic Approach focuses on the economic reasoning behind antitrust enforcement and examines how day-to-day business decisions may affect your clients' potential antitrust liability.
Antitrust book examines antitrust from an economic perspective, covering: antitrust laws of the European Union; the Hart-Scott-Rodino premerger notification rules; takeovers and anti.
Antitrust: An Economic Approach focuses on the economic reasoning behind antitrust enforcement and examines how day-to-day business decisions may affect your clients' potential antitrust liability.
The book examines antitrust from an economic perspective, covering: antitrust laws of the European Union; the Hart-Scott-Rodino premerger notification rules; takeovers and anti-takeover statutes. When it was first published a quarter of a century ago, Richard Posner's exposition and defense of an economic approach to antitrust law was a jeremiad against the intellectual disarray that then characterized the field.
As other perspectives on antitrust law have fallen away, Posner's book has played a major role in transforming the field of Cited by: The book stands alone in the field, of two competing texts, one is out of print, the other hasn’t been updated since a second edition in The LN book is MUCH more timely.
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As other perspectives on antitrust law have fallen away, Posner’s book has played a major role in transforming the field of antitrust law into a body of economically. The Handbook of Antitrust Economics offers scholars, students, administrators, courts, companies, and lawyers the economist's view of the subject, describing the application of newly developed theoretical models and improved empirical methods to antitrust and competition law in both the United States and the European Union.
(The book uses the U. This new edition of the leading textbook on government and business policy explains how the latest theoretical and empirical economic tools can be employed to analyze pressing regulatory and antitrust issues.
The book departs from the common emphasis on institutions, focusing instead on the relevant underlying economic issues, using state-of.
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In the field of antitrust, the. obtained from Russell Pittman, Director of Economic Research, Economic Analysis Group, Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice, LSBWashington, DCor by e-mail at [email protected] Comments on specific papers may be addressed directly to the authors at the same mailing address or at their e.
He built a full framework about how antitrust should be more about economic efficiency than about helping small businesses. He expanded upon this in articles and the book, The Antitrust. Antitrust Its aim was to make EU antitrust law more compatible with contemporary economic the basis of an extensive empirical analysis of the Commission's main enforcement tools, this book establishes the changes that the more economic approach has made to the Commission's enforcement practice over the past fifteen years.
The Supreme Court is committed to an economic approach and will only change its antitrust stance if the majority is convinced that doing so makes economic sense. One goal of The Antitrust Paradigm is to challenge the prevailing Chicago approach.
Another goal is to show how antitrust can be reformed to improve economic outcomes. The Antitrust Paradox is a book by Robert Bork that criticized the state of United States antitrust law in the s.
A second edition, updated to reflect substantial changes in the law, was published in It is claimed that the work is the most cited book on antitrust. Bork has credited Aaron Director as well as other economists from the University of Chicago as influences. Antitrust Law and Economics of Product Distribution, Second Edition Antitrust Law and Economics of Product Distribution, Second Edition This second edition has is the definitive and user-friendly reference book for those who want to understand the key concepts and.
Author: Richard A. Posner Publisher: University of Chicago Press ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi View: Get Books When it was first published a quarter of a century ago, Richard Posner's exposition and defense of an economic approach to antitrust law was a jeremiad against the intellectual disarray that then characterized the field.
Its aim was to make EU antitrust law more compatible with contemporary economic thinking. On the basis of an extensive empirical analysis of the Commission's main enforcement tools, this book establishes the changes that the more economic approach has made to the Commission's enforcement practice over the past fifteen years.
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Antitrust Economics on Trial. Walter Adams. "Critically examines, in an innovative and lighthearted fashion, the economic justification of the Chicago style approach to antitrust. The book is extremely well documented.
Its fast pace and wit make for quite enjoyable reading.". Antitrust Economics for Lawyers, published by LexisNexis and written by CRA consultants and affiliated experts, is geared towards attorneys in antitrust practice. The book provides lawyers, partners, and associates with clearly explained economic concepts and discusses several important topics in antitrust economics.
The topics are organized into three main areas: merger analysis, monopoly and. Part Two examines intellectual property, securities-related damages, antitrust damages, and various other types of common commercial damages. Correctly measuring commercial damages involves a broad range of interdisciplinary knowledge.
Accountants, for example, will find the book’s economic topics highly useful. the economic approach to antitrust analysis: antitrust would no longer serve multiple masters; economic goals would be exclusive. Soon the Court would determine more specifically that the “Congress designed the Sherman Act as a ‘consumer welfare prescription,’”8 and that “[a] restraint.
The Antitrust Paradox by Robert Bork is your third recommendation. Why. The Antitrust Paradox was an extremely important book, a real example of how ideas can have a major impact in the world, for better or for worse.
It was an important corrective to some of the badly thought-out overreaches in antitrust policy at the time and advocated for concepts that are still relevant today. Students of U.S. antitrust policy have long been aware that the antitrust laws do not exclusively, or even primarily, serve the purpose of promoting competition and economic efficiency.
Two books, Richard Posner's Antitrust Law, An Economic Perspective, published inand Robert Bork's The Antitrust Paradox, published in In recent years, the economic foundation of antitrust law is increasingly being called into question.
One view of the Chicago school approach to antitrust is found in United States Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Richard Posner's books Antitrust Law and Economic Analysis of Law.  Robert Bork was highly critical of court decisions on United States antitrust law in a series of law review articles and his book The Antitrust Paradox.
. Books, arts and culture antitrust law successfully harnessed economics to argue for a much more hospitable approach. Over the following decades America’s regulators became so welcoming that. The Curse of Bigness: Antitrust in the New Gilded Age, by Tim Wu (Columbia Global Reports, pp., $).
W hat’s in a name. The burgeoning movement of antitrust-policy experts building the. first edition was published in with the subtitle “An Economic Perspective”); Richard A.
Posner, Oligopoly and the Antitrust Laws: A Suggested Approach, 21 STAN. REV. () [hereinafter Oligopoly]. 8 One of the few exceptions is a review of the first edition of Posner’s book, which devotes a handful of pages to the subject at.
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Move over, Chicago School, a more aggressive approach to antitrust theory is taking shape. The anti-monopoly ideas that are being developed in law school seminars pose a. The Antitrust Paradox both predicted and in part caused a decisive shift in the federal courts’ approach to antitrust cases, from one of hawkish suspicion of industrial “bigness”—for which Wu is nostalgic—to one that presumes that the present allocation of economic resources in any given market is the most efficient one.
By Kayvan Hazemi-Jebelli (Computer & Communications Industry Association) 1 You may not have noticed, but there’s a new antitrust revolution brewing in Europe. In February, the European Commission formally announced its intention to update competition rules to ensure that markets where large technology companies are present remain “fair and contestable.”.
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The Competitive Enterprise Institute released a new paper today examining the European Union’s approach to enforcing antitrust policy against large and innovative technology ed by CEI adjunct fellow Henrique Schneider, “European Union Antitrust Policy in the Digital Era: A History of Misunderstanding and Arbitrary Enforcement” focuses on a report by the.
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