Economics of Antitrust Law

Economics of Antitrust Law

Elgar Research Reviews in Law

Benjamin Klein and Andres V. Lerner

This insightful research review examines the most important published papers on the economics of antitrust law. The papers chosen focus on areas of major importance including market power, horizontal arrangements, and vertical arrangements and exclusionary behaviour. The review considers seminal papers on topics such as oligopoly and collusion, horizontal mergers and joint ventures, exclusive dealing and tying and bundling.

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Benjamin Klein and Andres V. Lerner

Subjects: law - academic, comparative law, law and economics, economics and finance, law and economics

This insightful research review examines the most important published papers on the economics of antitrust law. The papers chosen focus on areas of major importance including market power, horizontal arrangements, and vertical arrangements and exclusionary behaviour. The review considers seminal papers on topics such as oligopoly and collusion, horizontal mergers and joint ventures, exclusive dealing and tying and bundling.

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