Special issue of the Journal of Public Policy and Marketing on competition policy and antitrust law

Jun 22 2001
Publications

AAI Advisory Board Member Gregory T. Gundlach, the John W. Berry Sr. Professor of Business at the University of Notre Dame, is the editor of a just-released special issue of the Journal of Public Policy and Marketing on competition policy and antitrust law-- an unusual topic for a business journal.

Vol. 20 (1), Journal of Public Policy & Marketing (spring 2001).

Contents of Special Issue:

Gregory T. Gundlach, "Competition Policy and Antitrust Law: Introduction to the Special Issue."

Peter R. Dickson and Philippa K. Wells, "The Dubious Origins of the Sherman Antitrust Act: The Mouse That Roared."

Marian Chapman Moore, Ruskin M. Morgan, and Michael J. Moore, "Only the Illusion of Possible Collusion? Cheap Talk and Similar Goals: Some Experimental Evidence."

David A. Balto, "Supermarket Merger Enforcement."

Albert A. Foer, "E-Commerce Meets Antitrust: A Primer."

Christophe Collard, Michael Pustay, Christophe Roquilly, and Asghar Zardkoohi, "Competitive Cross-Couponing: A Comparison of French and U.S. Perspectives."

Debbie Thorne, Linda Berns Wright, and Scott Ashley Jones, "The Impact of Sports Marketing Relationships and Antitrust Issues in the United States."

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