Monday, February 18, 2008

TOP 10 Most Downloaded SSRN New Papers on Antitrust Law & Policy December 19, 2007 to February 17, 2008

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

1. The Elusive Antitrust Standard on Bundling in Europe and in the United States at the Aftermath of the Microsoft Cases
Nicholas Economides, Ioannis Lianos,
New York University - Stern School of Business, University College London - Faculty of Laws,

2. Evaluating Market Power with Two-Sided Demand and Preemptive Offers to Dissipate Monopoly Rent: Lessons for High-Technology Industries from the Proposed Merger of XM and Sirius Satellite Radio
J. Gregory Sidak, Hal J. Singer,
Criterion Economics, LLC, Criterion Economics, LLC,

3. The Next Frontier for Network Neutrality
Phil Weiser,
University of Colorado Law School,

4. Antitrust (Over-?) Confidence
Thomas A. Lambert, Joshua D. Wright,
University of Missouri School of Law , George Mason University - School of Law,

5. Should Competition Law Promote Efficiency? Some Reflections of an Economist on the Normative Foundations of Competition Law
Wolfgang Kerber,
Philipps University Marburg - Department of Business Administration and Economics,

6. Free Riding: An Overstated, and Unconvincing, Explanation for Resale Price Maintenance
Marina Lao,
Seton Hall School of Law,

7. Bundles of Joy: The Ubiquity and Efficiency of Bundles in New Technology Markets
Stan J. Liebowitz, Stephen E. Margolis,
University of Texas at Dallas - Department of Finance & Managerial Economics, North Carolina State

8. The Antitrust Assessment of Loyalty Discounts and Rebates
Gianluca Faella,
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton,

9. 74 Areeda, Epithets, and Essential Facilities
Spencer Weber Waller,
Loyola University of Chicago - School of Law, and

10. The 'Cut and Paste' of Article 82 of the EC Treaty in Israel: Conditions for a Successful Transplant
Michal S. Gal,
University of Haifa - Faculty of Law

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