Concise hornbook series. Study aids (West Academic Publishing)
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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 Intrabrand 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.
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