Antitrust Economics

Antitrust Economics

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This book provides a thorough treatment of the economic theory that guides and motivates the design and enforcement of American antitrust laws. Along with a comprehensive analysis of both horizontal and vertical antitrust issues, economic theory is used to evaluate antitrust policy through the examination of relevant legislation and landmark cases. Theory is discussed through its relation to policy issues, and in turn, the role of theory in the development of new policy is examined.Kodak produced copiers and micrographic equipment, which have a multiyear life, but require periodic (some might say continuous) maintenance and repair. At first, Kodak provided all the service and repair parts for these durable goods.

Title:Antitrust Economics
Author:Roger D. Blair, David L. Kaserman
Publisher:Oxford University Press, USA - 2009


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