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Industrial Concentration and the Chicago School of Antitrust Analysis

A Critical Evaluation on the Basis of Effective Competition


Jan B. Rittaler

Contents: A.o. Goals of public competition policy - premises and assumptions underlying the concept of competition - the significance of barriers to new competition - method of competition analysis - horizontal concentration and collusion - vertical integration and market foreclosure effects - Chicago School theory and the Fifth Amendment to the ARC.