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New Tools for Competitive Effects: Do We Really Know What Works...

Mar 15, 2011 Competition agencies around the world are charged with the task of identifying and challenging mergers and acquisitions that are likely to substantially...

Vertical Restraints and Antitrust Policy: A Reaction to Cooper, Froeb, O’Brien,...

Ralph Winter, Sep 01, 2005 Cooper, Froeb, OBrien, and Vita argue that (1) economic theory, especially post-Chicago theory, provides little in the way of unambiguous...

Comment on Cooper et al.’s “Vertical Restrictions and Antitrust Policy”

F.M. Scherer, Sep 01, 2005 This paper provides a critical analysis of the paper on vertical restraints and competition policy by James Cooper et al....

Vertical Restrictions and Antitrust Policy: What About the Evidence?

James Cooper, Luke Froeb, Daniel O'Brien, Michael Vita, Sep 01, 2005 Until theory can be used to determine how likely it is that a restraint...

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