Edited by Einer R. Elhauge
Chapter 12: Antitrust and Regulation
12 Antitrust and regulation Howard A. Shelanski* INTRODUCTION Antitrust enforcement has long helped to prevent anticompetitive conduct and protect consumer welfare in regulated industries. The federal courts were long reluctant to allow a firm’s r...
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