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Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Conceptual Foundations of Antitrust

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

Oliver Black, King's College London has written on Conceptual Foundations of Antitrust.

ABSTRACT: Antitrust is a body of law and policy designed to promote economic competition by regulating monopolistic functions and this book is a philosophical study of concepts that lie at the foundation of antitrust law. Although there are many legal and economic books on the subject, it is unique in its philosophical scrutiny of basic concepts. The volume is primarily directed at students, theorists and practitioners of antitrust, but will also be useful to lawyers, economists, philosophers, political scientists and others who have an interest in the discipline.

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Antitrust rings a different bell for me though. It is some kind of a term which means bad or something,for me only of course.

Posted by: Mark@Hoodia Gordonii | Jul 6, 2010 7:18:50 AM

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