November 27, 2006
University of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper on Technical Assistance
This was passed on to me by D. Daniel Sokol, a Hastie Fellow at The University of Wisconsin and a very innovative scholar in the area of comparative institutional analysis and antitrust: Technical Assistance for Law & Economics: An Empirical Analysis in Antitrust/Competition Policy The working paper provides a useful empirical assessment of what types of technical assistance benefit competition agencies in about thirty transitional and developing world countries. The empirical work details the human, economic, political, and social factors that contribute to the effectiveness of competition policy.
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