5 edition of Antitrust issues in today"s economy found in the catalog.
Antitrust issues in today"s economy
Lorri A. Grube
Title from cover; responsibility statement from p. 3.
|Statement||[edited by Lorri A. Grube].|
|Series||Conference Board report ;, no. 1173-96-CH|
|LC Classifications||KF1649.3 .G78 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||2002279478|
INTRODUCTION. Web-based businesses are increasingly the subject of antitrust concerns. Plaintiffs in the United States have sued eBay for tying its online payments service to its transaction service.1 Multiple jurisdictions in the European Community have claimed that Apple has violated the competition laws by limiting the ability of its music player to play music from . Hardcover. Published: 04 March Pages | 50 line illus. /2 x /4 inches. ISBN:
America’s new antitrust agenda. or indeed any company in the digital economy. But its value is fully known only to the companies that harvest it. Big Tech antitrust issues have already. The web economy poses two major challenges to competition authorities. The law and economics for analyzing the multi-sided platforms that dominate the internet sector is not well developed. At the same time the web-economy is evolving very rapidly and in ways that are sure to result in antitrust complaints and by: 8.
Search in this book series. The Political Economy of Antitrust. Edited by V. Ghosal, J. Stennek. Volume , Pages () Download full volume. Previous volume. Chapter 1 Issues in Antitrust Enforcement. Vivek Ghosal, Joseph E. Harrington, Johan Stennek. Pages Download PDF;. In the early years of U.S. antitrust enforcement, most antitrust cases involved domestic firms that sold most of their goods in the domestic economy. Lower transportation costs, information costs, and the development of international and regional free trade agreements have resulted in a dramatic expansion in international trade in recent years.
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The Economist offers authoritative insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, science, technology and the connections between them. going forward -- antitrust enforcement in a high-tech, information-based economy Although, as I've just been describing, the implementation of our three-part agenda has been robust, and I believe effective, the truth is that interest in these matters has largely been limited to antitrust lawyers and affected businesses.
Antitrust Law in the New Economy will inform and generate debate about the important issues concerning competition in today's information economy. The book's argument that antitrust law should limit the freedom of dominant information providers to design and use their products to gain competitive advantages makes it required reading for Silicon Author: Mark R.
Patterson. Economics of Antitrust: Complex Issues in a Dynamic Economy -- A New Book from NERA Economic Consulting 31 May White Plains, NY/31 May -- A new book from NERA Economic Consulting, a leading global economic consulting firm, takes a fresh look at many of the most interesting and current topics in antitrust and competition policy.
The first antitrust laws in the U.S. focused on monopolies. Armed with the Sherman Antitrust Act ofthe federal government went after railroads, sugar producers, and most famously, Standard Oil.
Over the years, antitrust laws were expanded to ban price fixing, price discrimination, and interlocking boards of directors. Even though the. The combination of antitrust with government regulation makes the book especially valuable for any course about the effects of government on the private economy.
The book manages to convey both contemporary economic theory and current regulatory practice with uncommon lucidly and without burdening the reader with jargon or legalese/5(17).
News about Antitrust Laws and Competition Issues, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times. Antitrust laws are applied to a wide range of questionable business activities, including but not limited to market allocation, bid rigging, price fixing, and.
Amazon has Some Serious Antitrust Issues by Michael J. Sainato Amazon has built an empire in the internet economy, dominating ecommerce sales and transactions, and rapidly expanding in.
Antitrust laws are the laws that apply to virtually all industries and to every level of business, including manufacturing, transportation, distribution and marketing. They prohibit a. Antitrust Law and Economic Theory: Finding a Balance Edward D.
Cavanagh* Over the past forty years, the federal courts have relied more and more on economic theory to inform their antitrust analyses. Economic theory has indeed provided guidance with respect to antitrust issues and assisted the courts in reaching rationalFile Size: KB.
The Handbook of Antitrust Economics offers scholars, students, administrators, courts, companies, and lawyers the economist's view of the subject, describing the application of newly developed theoretical models and improved empirical methods to antitrust and competition law in both the United States and the European Union.
(The book uses the U. posed need to apply antitrust law more vigorously to address problems caused by today’s “winner-take-all” economy. 1 This appears to assume that there is a new “disease” affecting the. Antitrust Economics for Lawyers, published by LexisNexis and written by CRA consultants and affiliated experts, is geared towards attorneys in antitrust practice.
The book provides lawyers, partners, and associates with clearly explained economic concepts and discusses several important topics in antitrust economics. The topics are organized into three main areas:. Antitrust's pri-mary concern is with the manufacturing and service sectors of our in-dustrialized economy.2 Nevertheless, the size and strategic importance of manufacturing and service industries-generating over 70% of the national income.
The internet economy is likely to raise antitrust concerns—and possi-ble demands for regulation—for years to come. Global gargantuan firms have emerged, which will likely attract scrutiny by competition authorities and by policymakers concerned with Cited by: 8.
Antitrust law can and should be adapted for the information economy, Patterson argues, and he shows how courts can apply antitrust to address today’s problems. Reviewer Heike Schweitzer of the Free University of Berlin called Antitrust Law in the New Economy “a fascinating and truly innovative book that offers a much-needed, fresh view of.
5 See, e.g., Richard A. Posner, Antitrust in the New Economy, 68 Antitrust L.J. 6 See Thomas B. Leary, The Significance of Variety in Antitrust Analysis, 68 Antitrust L.J.
7 with alarm because the sector evolves so rapidly.5 I am not sure that either statement is. McGuirl regularly provides antitrust advice to clients on the full spectrum of antitrust issues. In particular, she has experience representing clients in the aerospace, automobile, electric utility, health care, insurance, multimedia, and natural gas industries.
Her practice has included state antitrust laws as well as the federal laws. Guide to Antitrust Laws Free and open markets are the foundation of a vibrant economy. Aggressive competition among sellers in an open marketplace gives consumers — both individuals and businesses — the benefits of lower prices, higher quality products and services, more choices, and greater innovation.Antitrust in the New Economy 2 ANTITRUST IN THE NEW ECONOMY Richard A.
Posner1 Concern has been expressed recently that U.S. antitrust law may not be well suited to regulating the “new economy.” Doctrines developed to deal with competition and monopoly in smokestack industries is not well adapted, it is argued, to dealing with the dynamic Cited by: In light of the continuing regulatory changes in competition enforcement policies around the world, and in response to increasing demand from antitrust attorneys and regulators, NERA has published a Japanese edition of Economics of Antitrust: New Issues, Questions, and by Senior Vice President Dr.
Lawrence Wu, the book offers a provocative look .