5 edition of Post-Chicago developments in antitrust law found in the catalog.
Post-Chicago developments in antitrust law
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Antonio Cucinotta, Roberto Pardolesi, Roger Van den Bergh.|
|Series||New horizons in law and economics|
|Contributions||Cucinotta, Antonio, 1962-, Pardolesi, Roberto., Bergh, Roger van den.|
|LC Classifications||K3850 .P67 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 337 p. :|
|Number of Pages||337|
|LC Control Number||2002021257|
Cucinotta, A. Pardolesi, R. Van den Bergh, R. Post-Chicago Developments in Antitrust Law Cheltenham Edward Elgar Curtin, D. Executive Power of the European Union: Law, Practices, and the Living Constitution Oxford Oxford University Press Author: Suzanne Kingston. BOOK CHAPTERS “The IP/Competition Law Intersection under China’s Anti-Monopoly Law” (with Xinzhu Zhang), in ASEAN Competition Law, (Hart; LexisNexis, ); “The Next Generation of Oligopoly Problems”, Post-Chicago Developments in Antitrust Law (Edward Elgar, ).File Size: KB.
The rise of post-Chicago analysis has expanded the possibilities and how the courts should deal with that richness is one of the early themes of the book. We might think of The Antitrust Enterprise as The Antitrust Paradox for a post-Chicago antitrust landscape. One of the key features of the new domain is how the court system should manage the. Professor John Lopatka is one of the nation's leading antitrust scholars, having published over forty articles in the areas of antitrust, economic analysis of law, and regulated industries. He co-authored the multi-volume treatise Federal Antitrust Law and The Microsoft Case: Antitrust, High Technology, and Consumer Welfare, which was published by the University of Chicago Press in
ANTITRUST LAW JOURNAL [Vol. 78 the modern theory of oligopoly,5 have been among the staunchest supporters of criminal enforcement for price-fixing offenses,6 established the modern “raising rivals’ costs” theories,7 and offered the most well-known empirical evidence supporting rival-cost theories.8 Nor, despite characterizations to the contrary, does the Chicago School re-. Posner’s book, Antitrust Law: An Economic Perspective, as support for the proposition that economists had identified several ways in which manufacturers use non-price vertical restraints to compete against other manufacturers. 11 The following year, Robert Bork penned The Antitrust.
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This book offers a timely and critical evaluation of the Chicago School approach to antitrust law. Recent judgements by the United States Supreme Court (in cases such as Kodak) and the debate surrounding the Microsoft monopoly have led to the view that antitrust has entered the post-Chicago era, in which previous immoderations are tempered, and more refined and accurate analyses take precedence.
Get this from a library. Post-Chicago developments in antitrust law. [Antonio Cucinotta; Roberto Pardolesi; Roger van den Bergh;] -- "This book offers a timely and critical evaluation of the Chicago School approach to antitrust law. The authors discuss the economic foundations of competition policy and the different ways in which.
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Post-Chicago Developments in Antitrust Law (New Horizons in Law and Economics Series). Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents. The reckoning of post-Chicago antitrust-- the difficult reception of economic analysis in European competition law-- a preface to post-Chicago antitrust-- post-Chicago, post-Seattle and the dilemma of globalization-- the Bounds approach to antitrust-- dynamic efficiency and US antitrust policy-- "Obvious" consumer harm in.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xi, pages): illustrations. Contents: The reckoning of post-Chicago antitrust / Herbert Hovenkamp --The difficult reception of economic analysis in European competition law / Roger Van den Bergh --A preface to post-Chicago antitrust / Jonathan B.
Baker --Post-Chicago, post-Seattle and the dilemma of. ] Chicago, Post-Chicago, and Neo-Chicago cult to prove;10 and summary judgment became a favored procedural device in antitrust cases Still, more work remained to be done in the s, and the Chicago School continued to wreak its vengeance.
Away went the presumption of market power in patent tie-ins,12 the duty of a monopolist to deal with competitors,13 liberal pleading rules. Published Article/Book Citation. Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Reckoning of Post-Chicago Antitrust,” in Post-Chicago Developments in Antitrust Law, edited by Antonio Cucinotta, Roberto Pardolesi, and Roger Van den nham, UK; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing,at 1, 33 by: 8.
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POST-CHICAGO DEVELOPMENTS IN ANTITRUST LAW, Antonio Cucinotta, ed., Edward Elgar Pub. Co., 32 Pages Posted: 28 May Last revised: 22 Sep See all articles by John E.
LopatkaAuthor: John E. Lopatka, William H. Page. 6 See generally Herbert J. Hovenkamp, Post-Chicago Antitrust: A Review and Critique, COLUM. BUS. REV. –72 () [hereinafter Post-Chicago Antitrust] (“[A] constant complaint about post-Chicago economic theories is that they are not testable in the conventional positivist sense.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “The Reckoning of Post-Chicago Antitrust,” in Post-Chicago Developments in Antitrust Law, edited by Antonio Cucinotta, Roberto Pardolesi, and Roger Van den Bergh. Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishingat 1, 33 pages. Unraveling the Chicago/Harvard Antitrust Double Helix: Applying Evolutionary Theory to Guard Competitors and Revive Antitrust Jury Trials see AM.
BAR. AsS'N, SECTION OF ANTITRUST LAW, 1 ANTITRUST LAW DEVELOPMENTS (6th ed. ) [hereinafter ANTITRUST LAW reprinted in THE OXFORD BOOK OF MODERN SCIENCE WRITING, 30, (Richard Cited by: 1.
Chicago (mid 70s to mid 80s) Post-Chicago (late 80s onwards) Hovenkamp, at around page 37 of his book, suggests that the 'new Harvard position' is represented by the multi-volume Antitrust Law treatise, first authored by Harvard Professors Areeda and Turner.
Hovenkamp is now one of the co-contributors to this work. The Problem of Missing Values in Normative Law and Economic Analysis 7. The Failure of Market Failure 8. Of Distributive Justice and Economic Efficiency: An Integrated Theory of the Common Law 9.
The Efficiency of the Common Law: An Economic Analysis of Dueling, Cannibalism, the Gold Rush, Racism, and Antitrust Law 4 See, for example, Jonathan B. Baker, A Preface to Post-Chicago Antitrust, in Antonio Cucinotta, Roberto Pardolesi, and Roger Van den Bergh, eds, Post-Chicago Developments in Antitrust 65 (Edward Elgar ) (“The Chicago School supplanted the reigning antitrust orthodoxy in an antitrust revolution led from the top—mainly by the.
England - "Rule Fixing: An Overlooked But General Category of Collusion," in Post-Chicago Developments in Antitrust Law () (Cucinotta et. al eds.) (co-authored with Dr. Howard Marvel) (condensation of article that appeared at Wisc.
Rev. ()). Recent Developments in Antitrust: Theory and Evidence. The MIT Press. ISBN CS1 maint: extra text: authors list ; Antonio Cucinotta, ed. Post-Chicago Developments in Antitrust Law () David S Evans. Microsoft, Antitrust and the New Economy: Selected Essays () John E Kwoka and Lawrence J White, eds.
Post-Chicago Developments in Antitrust Law (Electronic book text) / Editor: Antonio Cucinotta / Editor: Roger Van Den Bergh / Editor: Roberto Pardolesi ; ; Laws of other jurisdictions & general law, Law, Books.
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In exploring Judge Posner's success in updating Antitrust Law, four developments introduced (or revitalized) by the Post-Chicago School are illustrative: (1) more elaborate applications of game theory, (2) the "raising rivals' costs" theory, (3) attention to unilateral competitive effects from horizontal mergers, and (4) new perspectives on.The Making of Competition Policy Legal and Economic Sources Edited by Daniel A.
Crane and Herbert Hovenkamp. This book provides an easy point of entry for students of contemporary competition policy interested in surveying the key intellectual developments in .This seminar examines recent developments in the economic approach to antitrust law and practice.
Topics include issues at the frontier in various areas, including some or all of the following: decision-theoretic approach to antitrust, partial ownership acquisitions, advanced merger analysis and policy, buyer power, conditional pricing practices, intellectual property/antitrust interface, pay.