English, Article edition: WHAT PRICE THEORY CAN-AND CANNOT-DO FOR ANTITRUST DONALD DEWEY

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  • WHAT PRICE THEORY CAN-AND CANNOT-DO FOR ANTITRUST
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  • DONALD DEWEY
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  • This paper examines the methodology and policy recommendations of Judge Robert Bork's writing on antitrust. It accepts as valid his premise that conventional price theory is the only appropriate organon for evaluating the welfare impact of an antitrust rule. However, it holds that in the analysis of cartels and mergers, Bork does not realize the full implications of his approach. Copyright 1984 Western Economic Association International.
  • RePEc:bla:coecpo:v:3:y:1984:i:2:p:3-11
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