October 13, 2008
FTC at 100: A Boston Perspective
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
Another city, another all-star lineup. This time the FTC at 100 tour stops in Boston, the home of the Red Sox, Cheers, Paul Revere, and roughly 60 colleges. I suspect that a number of the participants will say something along the lines of increased reliance on the rule of reason, which the private practitioners will love to hear since it means more work for them.
The FTC Agenda for the BU sessions can be found here.
Note that the FTC chose as host institutions in both Chicago (Northwestern) and Boston (BU) neither of the two universities- University of Chicago and Harvard - that have dominated the intellectual development of antitrust of the past half century.
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