Hornbook series. Study aids (West Academic Publishing)
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Part 1. FOUNDATIONS: POLICY AND MEASUREMENT Chapter 1. The Basic Economics of Antitrust Chapter 2. History and Ideology in Antitrust Policy Chapter 3. Market Power and Market Definition Part 2. THE SUBSTANCE OF ANTITRUST Chapter 4. Antitrust Policy Toward Collusion and Oligopoly Chapter 5. Joint Ventures of Competitors, Concerted Refusals, Patent Licensing, and the Rule of Reason Chapter 6. Exclusionary Practices and the Dominant Firm: The Basic Doctrine of Monopolization and Attempt Chapter 7. Exclusionary Practices in Monopolization and Attempt Cases Chapter 8. Predatory and Other Exclusionary Pricing Chapter 9. Vertical Integration and Vertical Mergers Chapter 10. Tie-Ins, Reciprocity, Exclusive Dealing and Most Favored Nation Agreements Chapter 11. Intrabrand Restraints on Distribution Chapter 12. Mergers of Competitors Chapter 13. Conglomerate Mergers Chapter 14. Price Discrimination and the Robinson-Patman Act Part 3. ANTITRUST AS A REGULATORY INSTITUTION Chapter 15. Public Enforcement of the Federal Antitrust Laws Chapter 16. Private Enforcement Chapter 17. Damages Chapter 18. Antitrust and the Process of Democratic Government Chapter 19. Antitrust and Federal Regulatory Policy Chapter 20. Antitrust Federalism and the "State Action" Doctrine Chapter 21. The Reach of the Federal Antitrust Laws.
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Revision of: Hovenkamp, Herbert, 1948- Federal antitrust policy. Fifth edition. St. Paul, MN : West Academic Publishing,