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Thursday, July 30, 2009

Federal Statutory Exemptions from Antitrust Law

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

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Federal Statutory Exemptions from Antitrust Law

Currently more than twenty statutory antitrust exemptions exist, scattered throughout the U.S. Code, which touch upon widely differing aspects of commerce. Now, for the first time, this monograph comprehensively surveys the diverse array of statutes currently in force that modify or limit federal antitrust law, and analyzes their costs and benefits. Lawyers and economists familiar with some of these laws might be surprised by the extent of some of them or the variety of the subjects they affect.

Federal Statutory Exemptions from Antitrust Law presents an analysis of the statutory exemption practice and its effects on the economy and public welfare.


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