Encyclopedia of Law and Economics
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Encyclopedia of Law and Economics

Edited by Gerrit De Geest

The second, expanded edition of the acclaimed Encyclopedia represents a major update of the most authoritative reference work in the field of law and economics and the nine print volumes are now released online as a single integrated product. The Encyclopedia provides balanced and comprehensive coverage of the major domain in law and economics, including: criminal law, regulation, property law, contract law, tort law, labor and employment law, antitrust law, procedural law, and the production of legal rules. Each theme or volume is overseen by a leading scholar and each of the 156 entries is prepared by an expert in the field, providing an in-depth and authoritative overview of the individual topic, combined with an exhaustive bibliography, allowing users to access and filter the entire corpus of literature in law and economics. As with the print edition, the Encyclopedia is unique in serving both as an entry point and a platform for advanced research. The online edition is enhanced with Elgaronline’s powerful search tools, facilitating the search for key terms across the entire Encyclopedia, whilst the browse function allows users to move seamlessly between the volumes. These elements combine to create a powerful research tool for any researcher or scholar in the field of law and economics.
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Index: Index

[In: Volume 4, Keith N. Hylton (ed) Antitrust Law and Economics]

  • Gallini, N. 262 , 275

  • Gamco, Inc. v. Providence Fruit & Produce Bldg., Inc. 161

  • Gandhi, A. 256

  • Gavil, A. 111

  • GE/Agfa example, horizontal mergers 248 249

  • Genesove, D. 40 , 127 , 255

  • Ghosh, Shubha 213 233

  • Gilbert, R. 261

  • Glazer, K. 206

  • Goldfarb et al. v. Virginia State Bar 61

  • Goldman, L. 37

  • Gomez, R. 128

  • Graham v. John Deere Co. 272

  • Granitz, E. 150 , 207

  • Green, E. 252

  • Green, J. 261 , 276

  • Greve, M. 18

  • Griffin, C. 91

  • Grimes, W. 202 , 230

  • group boycotts law 46 63

    • p. 287and access denial to suppliers or customers 46 47

    • and ancillary restraints doctrine 49

    • Associated Press v. United States 53 , 61 62

    • Blalock v. Ladies Professional Golf Association 50

    • Broadcast Music, Inc. v. Columbia Broadcasting System 49

    • Business Electronics v. Sharp 57 58

    • clothing design protection 56 57

    • and competition regulation among participating firms 46

    • and consumer welfare 47 49 , 50 , 51 53

    • Deesen v. Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA) 50 , 61

    • Eastern States Retail Lumber Dealers’ Association v. United States 55 56

    • economic perspectives on 47 49

    • Fashion Originators’ Guild v. Federal Trade Commission 56 57 , 58 , 61

    • Federal Trade Commission v. Indiana Federation of Dentists 51 52 , 61

    • ‘forbidden category’ and reasonable argument 57 58

    • Goldfarb et al. v. Virginia State Bar 61

    • horizontal agreement injuring competitor 54 , 57 58 , 59

    • intellectual property and increase in consumer welfare 48 49

    • Jefferson Parish Hosp. Dist. No. 2 v. Hyde 61

    • Klor’s Inc. v. Broadway-Hale Stores, Inc. 57 58

    • member expulsion due to ownership change 53 55

    • Molinas v. National Basketball Association 61

    • Neeld v. National Hockey League 47 48

    • non-regulatory boycotts 55 59

    • Northwest Wholesale Stationers v. Pacific Stationery and Printing Co. 51 , 53 55 , 58 , 59 , 61 , 62

    • Paramount Famous Lasky Corp. v. United States 60

    • Powell v. National Football League 61

    • product necessity boycotts 51

    • and product quality 49

    • and professional qualifications 52

    • and profits 49

    • regulatory boycotts 49 55

    • and rule of reason 54

    • and Sherman Act, Section 2 46

    • Silver v. New York Stock Exchange 52 53

    • Smith v. Pro Football, Inc. 51

    • and sports teams 50 51

    • Toys ‘R’ Us v. Federal Trade Commission 58 59

    • United States v. Addyston Pipe & Steel Co. 37 , 49

    • and vertical agreements 58 59

  • Gurrea, S. 37

  • Illinois Brick Co. v. Illinois 13 14

  • Illinois Tool Works v. Independent Ink 80 , 202

  • IMS Health GmbH v. NDC Health GmbH 165 166 , 168 , 173 174

  • In re Baby Food Antitrust Litig. 39

  • In re Citric Acid Litig. 42

  • In re Flat Glass 39

  • In re High Fructose Corn Syrup Antitrust Litig. 38

  • In re Petroleum Prods. Antitrust Litig. 42

  • Information Resources, Inc. v. Dun & Bradstreet Corp 152

  • intellectual property law

  • International Audiotext Network, Inc. v. Am. Tel. & Tel. Co. 174

  • International Salt Co. v. United States 184 , 203

  • Ippolito, P. 231

  • Isaac, R. 128

  • United Shoe Machinery Corp. v. United States 192

  • United States

    • antitrust enforcement, economics of see antitrust enforcement, economics of

    • Antitrust Modernization Commission 14 , 185 186

    • Clayton Act 6 , 7 , 18 , 23 , 64 , 192 , 235 , 236

    • decentralization of antitrust enforcement 1 , 5 11

    • essential facilities doctrine see essential facilities doctrine

    • exclusive dealing and tying arrangements see exclusive dealing and tying arrangements, antitrust analysis of

    • FTC Act 18

    • Georgetown Study of Private Antitrust Litigation 11

    • group boycotts law see group boycotts law

    • Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act 3 , 10 11

    • monopolization standards, law and economics of see monopolization standards, law and economics of

    • monopoly power in antitrust, economics of see monopoly power in antitrust, economics of

    • National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) 6 7

    • patent litigation see patent litigation

    • predatory pricing law see predatory pricing, law and economics of

    • Racketeering Influenced Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) 19

    • Robinson-Patman Act 7 , 18 , 138 , 139 , 140

    • Sherman Act see Sherman Act, Section 1; Sherman Act, Section 2

    • vertical restraints see vertical restraints, competition and the rule of reason

  • United States Steel Corp. v. Fortner Enterprises (Fortner II) 184

  • United States v. Addyston Pipe & Steel Co. 37 , 49

  • United States v. Alum. Co. of America (Alcoa) 74 , 79 , 85 86 , 87 , 88 , 105 , 108

  • United States v. Am. Linseed Oil Co. 41

  • United States v. American Tobacco Co. 108

  • United States v. AMR Corp. 145 146

  • United States v. Arnold, Schwinn, & Co. 217

  • United States v. Baker Hughes, Inc. 235 236

  • United States v. Broadcast Music, Inc. 19

  • United States v. Citizen & S. Nat’l Bank 41

  • United States v. Colgate 217

  • United States v. Container Corp. of Am. 32 , 35

  • United States v. Dentsply Int’l, Inc. 197

  • United States v. E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. (Cellophane) 73 , 74 , 79

  • United States v. Gen. Motors Corp. 38

  • United States v. General Dynamics Corp. 235

  • United States v. Griffith 175

  • p. 297 United States v. Grinnell Corp. 64 , 74 , 77

  • United States v. Jerrold Elecs. Corp. 202

  • United States v. Loew’s, Inc. 185 , 201

  • United States v. Microsoft Corp. 87 , 108 , 111 , 185 , 202 , 204

  • United States v. Pabst Brewing Co. 251

  • United States v. Paramount Pictures, Inc. 38 , 203

  • United States v. Philadephia National Bank 235 , 236

  • United States v. Terminal Railroad Association 158 159 , 160

  • United States v. Trans-Missouri Freight Ass’n 37 , 38

  • United States v. United Shoe Machinery Corp. 109

  • United States v. US Steel Corp. 108

  • United States v. Von’s Grocery Co. 251

  • US Healthcare, Inc. v. Healthsource, Inc. 207

  • US Philips Corp. v. Int’l Trade Comm’n 202

  • Utah Pie Co. v. Continental Baking Co. 139