Economic aspects of antitrust

readings and cases by Henry Adler Einhorn

Publisher: Random House in New York

Written in English
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Statement[by] Henry Adler Einhorn [and] Wm. Paul Smith.
ContributionsSmith, Wm. Paul
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LC ClassificationsKF1652 .E5
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Paginationxiii, 461 p.
Number of Pages461
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Open LibraryOL5616929M
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Roger D. Blair has been Huber Hurst Professor of Economics at the University of Florida since He teaches courses in antitrust economics, law and economics, and the economics of sports. He has published extensively, including several books, chapters in books, and numerous articles in economic journals and law reviews. ANTITRUST ASPECTS OF THE JOINT VENTURE IN THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY * GERARD J. WEISER t INTRODUCTION This Article deals with antitrust problems which may confront a joint venture doing business in the European Economic Community.' For purposes of this Article, a "joint venture" is defined as a. aspects of antitrust enforcement cannot be looked at separately. They are all interrelated" (p. 68). Mendes further notes that, especially in the U.S., antitrust is not only complex in itself but also constitutes part of a broader economic policy (p. 65). The importance of economic criteria in American antitrust evaluations cannot be Author: Alyssa A. Grikscheit, Mario Marques Mendes. In the United States, antitrust law is a collection of federal and state government laws that regulates the conduct and organization of business corporations, generally to promote competition for the benefit of consumers. (The concept is called competition law in other English-speaking countries.) The main statutes are the Sherman Act of , the Clayton Act of and the Federal Trade.

The Antitrust Casebook book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(3). Book), and reiterated in the United States Department of Justice [], 2 A listing of the critiques appears in Rowe Book, pp. , , and is updated by a Monograph of the American Bar Association, Section of Antitrust Law [], pp. 26*.   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Antitrust economics by Roger D. Blair, David L. Kaserman, John W. Mayo, , R.D. Irwin edition, in English , Economic aspects of Antitrust law, Civil Procedure, Law, Taxation, Legal Reference / Law Profession. s: Roger D. Blair, David L. Kaserman. UNITED STATES V. UNITED SHOE MACHINERY CORPORATION, AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF AN ANTITRUST CASE. By Carl Kaysen. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Pp. xi, $ SHERMAN Act cases, especially under section 2, are involved, expensive and time-consuming, requiring the resolution of issues in which law and economics.

  Introduction. In April the Antitrust Modernization Commission reported to Congress that “the state of the U.S. antitrust laws” was “sound.” 1× 1. Antitrust Modernization Comm’n, Report and Recommendations i (). Created by lawmakers to examine whether antitrust laws should be revised, the bipartisan Commission concluded that existing statutes were sufficiently flexible to.   Foreword by Carl Keysen One of the most important antitrust cases in 50 years, U.S. vs. IBM, was filed in and dropped by the Justice Department in This economic analysis by participants for the defense argues that the IBM case failed not because the antitrust laws are obsolete, but because the government and its economists made major Pages: Ross C. Singleton has written: 'Industrial organization and antitrust' -- subject(s): Antitrust law, Economic aspects of Antitrust law, Industrial organization Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights. The conference featured a keynote speech from Maureen Ohlhausen, Commissioner of the US Federal Trade Commission, and five panels of prominent speakers that engaged in a heated debate about the different aspects of Antitrust Law and Economics. This book presents contributions on five current issues in Antitrust and Law & Economics:Author: Nicolas Charbit, Joshua D. Wright, Douglas H. Ginsburg.

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This Article is concerned with the appropriate use of economic models in antitrust law. It does not attempt a comprehensive treat-ment; nor does it offer definite proposals for change. Rather, after a few general remarks on the current use of economic theory in anti-trust, the discussion focuses on.

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Competition law is a law that promotes or seeks to maintain market competition by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies. Competition law is implemented through public and private enforcement.

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Blair, David L. Kaserman, John W. Mayo; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Antitrust law, Economic aspects of Antitrust. David S. Evans & Richard Schmalensee, "Some Economic Aspects of Antitrust Analysis in Dynamically Competitive Industries," NBER Chapters, in: Innovation Policy and the Economy, Volume 2, pagesNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

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Antitrust law—Economic aspects—United States. Harrison, Jeffrey L., – Each edition of this book has been an effort to track this development and to offer an This edition of Understanding Antitrust and Its Economic Implications examines all these matters.

Like all books on law, however, it only captures the moment in an ever. Flynn, J. J., ‘ Antitrust Jurisprudence: a Symposium on the Economic, Political and Social Goals of Antitrust Policy ’ () University of Pennsylvania Law Review Flynn, J. J., ‘ The Reagan Administration's Antitrust Policy, “Original Intent” and the Legislative History of the Sherman Act ’ () 83 Antitrust Bulletin Cited by: THE IMPACT OF US ANTITRUST ON ASPECTS OF NEW ZEALAND COMPETITION LAW Paul G.

Scott My project’s purpose is to examine the influence United States antitrust law has had and should have on New Zealand’s competition law. Both countries’ law is File Size: KB. Sherman Antitrust Act, first legislation enacted by the U.S. Congress () to curb concentrations of power that interfere with trade and reduce economic competition.

It was named for U.S. Sen. John Sherman of Ohio, who was an expert on the regulation of commerce. John Sherman, senator from Ohio. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Economic theory provides a sound foundation for working with Constitutional principles that back Antitrust law. This allows economic theory and analysis to play a central role in interpreting.

comment on the role of damages in general and in antitrust cases in particular, and on some aspects of the use of economic evidence in such cases. I do so, drawing on US cases and experience where appropriate.3 There are three basic reasons for the assessment of damages.

These are: a) Making the plaintiff whole so that no injury has occurred.antitrust violations that do not require proof of market power, see Easterbrook, supra n at 29 n).

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