November 28, 2009
Review of An Institutional Assessment of Antitrust Policy The Latin American Experience
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
Armando Rodriguez (U. New Haven - Econ) and to my knowledge the only other Panamanian antitrust professor teaching in the US other than me* has a book review of Review of Ignacio De Leon: An Institutional Assessment of Antitrust Policy The Latin American Experience. Querido Armando, where is the love (ie, where is my review)? Along with Eleanor Fox, I did just publish Latin American Competition Law and Policy. You can download the table of contents here. In all seriousness, Armando has done a very good review and I encourage you to read it.
* As of 1994 I am also a US citizen, the first in my family. This means that when I married Hannah it was for love and not the green card. I think I am in the minority but I belive that most national anthems need a modern reimagining. One fantasy I have had is to get the government in Panama to change the Panamanian national anthem to Panama by Van Halen.
Update: The link seems to be broken. Below is a pdf version.Download WP0903
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I'd like to get Italy to adopt "Arizona" by the Scorpions as its new national anthem. That may be too much reimagination, but hell, it's worth a shot.
Posted by: Mel | Nov 28, 2009 6:01:54 AM