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    John E. Kwoka Jr.,Lawrence J. White
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    Oxford University Press; 3 edition (December 3, 1998)
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John E. Kwoka, J. is Neal F. Finnegan Distinguished Professor of Economics at Northeastern University. Lawrence J. White is the Robert Kavesh Professor of Economics at the Stern School of Business, New York University. Paperback: 654 pages.

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This section selects books on themes related to competition laws and economics. This compilation does not attempt to be exhaustive but rather a survey of themes important in the area. The survey usually covers publication over the last three months after publication of the latest issue of Concurrences. The case studies-more than three-quarters of which are entirely new-are written by prominent economists who participated in the proceedings of that case.

It is also a useful reference book for lawyers andeconomists-both academics and practitioners-who are interested in the types ofeconomic analyses that have been applied in recent antitrust cases.

The Antitrust Revolution book. As a result, they are uniquely qualified to describe and analyze the cases.

The Antitrust Revolution. Economics, Competition, and Policy His book Mergers, Merger Control, and Remedies: A Retrospective Analysis o. . Economics, Competition, and Policy. John E. Kwoka, Jr. and Lawrence J. White. Kwoka is Neal F. His book Mergers, Merger Control, and Remedies: A Retrospective Analysis of . Policy was published by MIT Press in 2015.

Kwoka, Lawrence J. These cases include alleged anticompetitive practices by Visa and MasterCard, Microsoft, and Kodak; mergers-proposed or consummated-b. ONTINUE READING.

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Kwoka, John . J. Published by Oxford University Press, Incorporated. ISBN 10: 0195322975 ISBN 13: 9780195322972.

The Antitrust Revolution, 3/e examines the critical role of economic analysis in U.S. antitrust policy. The book consists of economic studies of nineteen of the most significant antitrust cases of recent years, eleven of them new in this edition. These cases include practices by Kodak, Visa, and Microsoft; mergers, proposed or consummated, involving Baltimore Gas & Electric and PEPCO, Bell Atlantic and Nynex, and Staples and Office Depot; and other competitive issues such as universities' financial aid practices, the marketing of television rights by sports leagues, techniques for price coordination by airlines, and vertical relationships between media companies. Overview essays precede the three sections of the book: horizontal structure, horizontal practices, and vertical and complementary market issues. Commissioned and edited by John Kwoka and Lawrence White, these case studies are all written by prominent economists who participated in the proceedings. These economists were responsible for formulating the economic issues, undertaking the necessary economic research, and offering the economic arguments in court. As a result, they are uniquely qualified to describe the cases. Collectively, this volume provides detailed and comprehensive insight into the central role that is now played and will be played by economics in the antitrust process.