Revitalizing Antitrust in Its Second Century: Essays on Legal, Economic, and Political Policy

Synopsis

In this provocative new work, a distinguished group of policymakers, legal scholars, and economists challenge the prevailing view that antitrust legislation is no longer relevant, arguing instead that antitrust, progressively construed and adapted to today's economic realties, remains the most promising national economic policy for this country. Their papers address a range of topics, including the impact of underenforcement of antitrust law in the 1980s, the implications of global markets and competition, theoretical advances, and the future of antitrust.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Lawrence A. Sullivan
  • William G. Shepherd
  • Eleanor M. Fox
  • Joseph F. Brodley
  • F. M. Scherer
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1991