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Antitrust : examples & explanations / Christopher L. Sagers.

By: Sagers, Christopher L, 1970-
Material type: TextTextSeries: Examples & explanations series: Publisher: New York : Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, 2011Description: xxix, 463 pages : illustrations ; 26 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1454800003; 9781454800002Subject(s): Antitrust law -- United States
Contents:
The history, nature, and theory of federal competition policy -- A two-part strategy for understanding antitrust economics -- Part two of the two-part strategy: economic generalizations that pervade modern antitrust -- The all-important concept of market power -- An introduction to Sherman Act [section] 1 -- Per se offenses -- The rule of reason and the doctrine of ancillary restraints -- Intermediate analysis: the long struggle to define an abbreviated rule of reason -- One further problem in horizontal cooperation; exchanges of information -- Antitrust and the distribution of goods: a whole new world -- Tying and exclusive contracting -- Proof of conspiracy under Sherman Act [section] 1 -- The offense of monopolization -- Attempted monopolization and conspiracy to monopolize -- Antitrust, innovation, and intellectual property -- Price discrimination and the Robinson-Patman Act -- Antitrust aspects of mergers and acquisitions -- Merger review under Hart-Scott-Rodino -- Institutions and procedures in antitrust -- The scope of antitrust generally -- Antitrust and politics -- Antitrust and the regulated industries -- The labor exemption -- Appendix: further topics in antitrust economics: the problem of industrial organization.
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KF1649 .S34 2011 (Browse shelf) 1 Available 35016002178841
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Includes index.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The history, nature, and theory of federal competition policy -- A two-part strategy for understanding antitrust economics -- Part two of the two-part strategy: economic generalizations that pervade modern antitrust -- The all-important concept of market power -- An introduction to Sherman Act [section] 1 -- Per se offenses -- The rule of reason and the doctrine of ancillary restraints -- Intermediate analysis: the long struggle to define an abbreviated rule of reason -- One further problem in horizontal cooperation; exchanges of information -- Antitrust and the distribution of goods: a whole new world -- Tying and exclusive contracting -- Proof of conspiracy under Sherman Act [section] 1 -- The offense of monopolization -- Attempted monopolization and conspiracy to monopolize -- Antitrust, innovation, and intellectual property -- Price discrimination and the Robinson-Patman Act -- Antitrust aspects of mergers and acquisitions -- Merger review under Hart-Scott-Rodino -- Institutions and procedures in antitrust -- The scope of antitrust generally -- Antitrust and politics -- Antitrust and the regulated industries -- The labor exemption -- Appendix: further topics in antitrust economics: the problem of industrial organization.

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