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Saturday, June 2, 2007

Economics of Antitrust: Complex Issues In a Dynamic Economy

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

The antitrust economics team at NERA has just released a new edited book on various antitrust economics issues entitled Economics of Antitrust: Complex Issues In a Dynamic Economy.  The sixteen chapters cover a wide variety of topics including bundled discounts, refusals to deal, price squeezes, patent settlement agreements, early termination fees, auction theory, non-price competition, ownership and control, the design of surveys for relevant market definition, after-markets, multiple dimensions of market power, misidentified costs, cartels, not for profit firms, overcharges, and proving causation in damages.

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