A primer on the evolution of American antitrust law by Albert Foer and Robert Lande

A PRIMER ON THE EVOLUTION OF AMERICAN ANTITRUST LAW

By Albert Foer and Robert Lande

This article by Albert A. Foer and Robert H. Lande, titled "The Evolution of United States Antitrust Law: The Past, Present, and (Possible) Future," with very slight modifications, appeared in 16 Nihon University Comparative Law (1999), 149-172. Contents are I. The Legal Framework, II. The Institutions of Antitrust and Competition Policy, III. The Ever-Changing Antitrust Scene, IV. The "Regulatory Regimes" of Antitrust, V. Current U.S. Competition Policy, VI. Will Antitrust Have a Post-Chicago Future?, and VII. Conclusion.

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