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Principles of Antitrust

Herbert Hovenkamp, James G. Dinan University Professor, Penn Law and Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania
Format
Book
Published
St. Paul, MN : West Academic Publishing, [2017]
Language
English
Series
Concise Hornbook Series
ISBN
9781683288343, 1683288343
Contents
  • The basic economics of antitrust
  • History and ideology in antitrust policy
  • Market power and market definition
  • Antitrust policy toward collusion and oligopoly
  • Joint ventures of competitors, concerted refusals, patent licensing, and the rule of reason
  • Exclusionary practices and the dominant firm : the basic doctrine of monopolization and attempt
  • Exclusionary practices in monopolization and attempt cases
  • Predatory and other exclusionary pricing
  • Vertical integration and vertical mergers
  • Tie-ins, reciprocity, exclusive dealing and most favored nation agreements
  • Intraband restraints on distribution
  • Mergers of competitors
  • Public enforcement of the federal antitrust laws
  • Private enforcement
  • Antitrust and the process of democratic government
  • Antitrust and federal regulatory policy
  • Antitrust federalism and the "state action" doctrine.
Description
xx, 654 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Technical Details
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