Tuesday, January 16, 2007

SSRN TOP 10 Most Downloaded Papers for Antitrust Law & Policy

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

SSRN TOP 10 Papers for Antitrust Law & Policy (posted between November 17, 2006 and January 16, 2007)

1. Cartel Fines in Europe - Law, Practice and Deterrence, Cento Veljanovski

2 . Technical Assistance for Law & Economics: An Empirical Analysis in Antitrust/Competition Policy, Michael W. Nicholson, D. Daniel Sokol, Kyle W. Stiegert

3. Antitrust Analysis of Bundled Discounts, Thomas Andrew Lambert

4. Can Standard-Setting Lead to Exploitative Abuse? A Dissonant View on Patent Hold-Up, Royalty Stacking and the Meaning of FRAND, Damien Geradin, Miguel Rato

5. Engineering a Deal: Toward a Private Ordering Solution to the Anticommons Problem, F. Scott Kieff, Troy A. Paredes

6. Google Book Search and Fair Use: iTunes for Authors, or Napster for Books?, Hannibal Travis

7. Antitrust Around the World: An Empirical Analysis of the Scope of Competition Laws and their Effects, Keith N. Hylton, Fei Deng

8. An Instrumental Approach to Market Power, Jeffrey Lynch Harrison

9. The Nature of the Public Utility: Infrastructure, the Market, and the Law, Jim Chen

10. Review of Hovenkamp: 'The Antitrust Enterprise: Principle and Execution', Randal C. Picker



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