Saturday, February 17, 2007

TOP 10 SSRN Downloaded Papers for Antitrust Law & Policy

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

As a regular feature, we highlight the most downloaded papers within the SSRN universe to provide our readers with a list of the most read papers on antitrust and competition policy.  We previously profiled most of these papers, which suggests that either we seem to have our pulse on what makes for an interesting paper and/or our picks help to shape people's reading habits.

TOP 10 SSRN Downloaded Papers for Antitrust Law & Policy -- December 19, 2006 to February 17, 2007

1. Antitrust
Louis Kaplow, Carl Shapiro,
Harvard Law School, University of California, Berkeley - Economic Analysis & Policy Group

2. Economics of the Internet
Nicholas Economides,
New York University - Stern School of Business

3. Public Vs. Private Enforcement of Antitrust Law: A Survey
Ilya R. Segal, Michael D. Whinston ,
Stanford University, Northwestern University - Department of Economics

4.  Re-Framing Windows: The Durable Meaning of the Microsoft Antitrust Litigation
Harry First, Andrew I. Gavil,
New York University - School of Law, Howard University - School of Law

5.  The Anticompetitive Effects of Unenforced Invalid Patents
Christopher R. Leslie,
Chicago-Kent College of Law

6.  The 99-Cent Question
Chris Sprigman,
niversity of Virginia - School of Law

7. A Turning Point in Merger Enforcement: Federal Trade Commission v. Staples
Jonathan B. Baker, Robert Pitofsky,
American University - Washington College of Law, Georgetown University - Law Center

8. Beyond Disclosure: The Case for Banning Contingent Commissions
Daniel Schwarcz,

Harvard Law School

9. The Admissibility of Expert Economic Testimony in Antitrust Cases
Gregory J. Werden,

U.S. Department of Justice - Antitrust Division and

10.  Monopolists Without Borders: The Instutional Challenge of International Antitrust in a Global Gilded Age
D. Daniel Sokol
University of Wisconsin Law School.

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