Antitrust, Innovation, and Competitiveness

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Acs, Z. J., 134n15
Addyston Pipe & Steel case, 19, 98, 99, 104, 107
Adelman, M. A., 145, 161, 223n61
Administrative coordination, 54
Administrative safe harbors, 132
Agreements between competitors. See Interfirm agreements
Aircraft development, Wright patent and, 206
Airline mergers, 33
Alchian, A., 140, 159n22, 161, 162
Allen, J., 229n117, 230n127
Alliances, strategic, 55
Aluminum Co. of America (Alcoa), United Statesv., 37, 169, 178n2
American Cyanamid, 210
American Marconi, 207
American Tobacco case, 37
Ancillary restraints, 19, 104, 105
Antimonopoly Act of 1947 ( Japan), 57
Antitrust Enforcement Guidelines for International Operations (DOJ), 19, 20, 109-10, 111, 113
Antitrust law
administering, 12-15, 38-44
antiefficiency assumptions drawn from, 35-37
Chicago School approach to, vii, 119, 133n3, 141, 169, 171-72, 173, 182n42, 234
goals of, 4-5
as industrial policy, 12-15
proposed modifications to U.S., 59-62
Antitrust lenses
alternative, 137-41
of applied price theory, 21-22, 141-46, 149, 233
cases using off-the-shelf solutions, 154-57
transaction cost economics and, 21-22, 146- 54
Antitrust Paradox, The ( Bork), 19, 104, 105-6
Aoki, M., 60, 68
Applied price theory
antitrust through lens of, 21-22, 141-46, 149, 233
transaction cost economics vs., 137-41, 146
Appropriability, 59, 153
Areeda, Phillip, 13-15, 45n6, 12; 46n17, 26, 45; 96n15, 108-9, 117n33, 118n52, 135n29, 171, 181n35
Areeda-Turner criterion of predatory pricing, 92
Armentano, D. T., 11, 27, 135n32
Armour, H. O., 160n32, 161
Arrow, K. J., 51, 68, 138, 152, 153, 159n21, 23; 160n30, 161
Arthur, T. C., 68
Aspen Skiing case, 20, 22-23, 40, 121, 170-71, 181n28
Assets, complementary, 53-54
Association of Licensed Automobile Manufacturers, 205, 227n90
Atkinson, S. E., 26n14, 27
Atlas Van Lines, 101-2
AT&T, 12, 13, 26n20, 32, 206, 207-8
Attorneys' fees, 56, 57, 74-75, 88, 93
Audretsch, D. B., 134n15
Automobile technology, Selden patent and development of, 23, 190, 202, 205, 215
Baba, Y., 47, 69
Bain, J., 142, 158n15, 161
Baker, D., 160n42, 161
Baldwin, W. L., 95n1, 96
Barnard, C., 148, 161
Barriers to entry, 85, 86
Baumol, William J., 15, 16-18, 95n2, 96n14, 97, 134n14, 233
Baxter, William F., 3, 27, 133n2, 158
Beck, R., 186, 219n4
Bell Labs, 52
Bendix Corporation, 51
Benston, G. J., 96n9
Berkey case, 40-41, 169, 177, 180n18, 19; 182n45
Biotechnology patents, 192, 212-15
Bittlingmayer, G., 114n2, 228n95
Blair, R. D., 134n21, 159n19, 161
Blake, H. M., 143, 161
Block booking, 151-52
Blocking patents, 195-96, 203, 222n49
Blumenthal, W., 160n42, 161


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