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Are Predatory Commitments Credible?: Who Should the Courts Believe?

John R. Lott, Jr.
Format
Book
Published
Chicago : University of Chicago Press, c1999.
Language
English
Series
Studies in Law and Economics
Studies in Law and Economics (Chicago, Ill.)
ISBN
0226493555 (cloth : alk. paper)
Contents
  • The debate on predation
  • Reputational models of predation: testing the assumptions
  • Nonprofit objecives and credible commmitments: what does this imply for government enterprises?
  • Are government or private enterprises more likely to engage in predatory behavior? Some international evidence
  • What happens when the victims have better information than the predators?
  • Some final thoughts
  • Appendix A: Explaining the framework used to evaluate the legitimacy of anti-dumping cases
  • Appendix B: Data appendix
  • Appendix C: Analyzing how the profitability of entry deterrence is affected by the possibility of trading profits.
Description
x, 173 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. [155]-164) and index.
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