Competition, Cartels and Their Regulation

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SUBJECT INDEX
Abuse principle, German, 176ff., 190ff.
Acquisition of assets, and merger, 235
Addyston Pipe and Steel Co.,
quotas, 138, 222
price fixing, division of market, 258
Advertising, 120, 313, 314
cut-throat, 147, 167
misleading, 219
Agency system, 240
Agricultural cartels, Germany, 181, 182, 191 ff., 202
Agricultural organizations, and Clayton
Act, 220
Agricultural policy
in E.E.C., 389, 390
in free trade area, 406ff.
Agriculture,
free trade area, 406
U. S., 138
Allocation of resources, 3, 120
and patents, 313
under tying contracts, 239
Aluminium Ltd. of Canada, 230
Aluminum Co. of America ( Alcoa),
compulsory licensing, 250
monopoly, 227, 229, 230, 259
patents, 325
American Can Co., 262
American Column and Lumber Co., 224, 258
American Cyanamid Co., 346
American Linseed Oil Co., 224, 258
American Telephone and Telegraph Co,
divestiture, 328
patents, 320
research activities, 340
American Tobacco Co.,
1911 decision, 217, 228, 234, 257
1946 decision, 230, 259
Anchor Serum Co., 261
Anti-cartel law in Germany, 190ff.
exemptions, 192, 207
Antitrust policy, 5, 16
E.C.S.C., 357 ff.
enforcement, 349, 360ff.
U.S., 61, 214ff.
administration of, 217, 218, 221, 252
effectiveness of, 253-254
exemptions under, 220
formation of, 221
goal of, 251
judicial process, 222
monopoly, oligopoly, 226
patents, 5, 250, 327, 334
statutory basis, 216
A & P case, 262, 292-294, 306
Appalachian Coals, Inc., 223, 258
Arrow-Hart and Hegeman Electric Co., 260
Associated Electrical Industries, 135
Associated Press, 224, 258
Association of Dental Manufacturers and Traders, 116, 146, 148
Association of German Electrical Technicians, 197
Association of German Lining Weavers, 198
Association of German Potash Producers, 196
Association of Steel Mills, Germany210
Atlantic Commission Co., 293
Austria
cartel legislation, 77 ff.
Balance of payments and E.E.C., 399. 401
Basing-point pricing, 117, 247
U.S., 225, 228, 247ff.
effect on location of industry, 248

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