Antitrust Bulletin papers generated from AAI conferences now available on AAI website.

Aug 13 2008
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The AAI website now includes papers published by the Antitrust Bulletin which were first presented at AAI conferences. Reprinted with permission of the Antitrust Bulletin. Posted with permission of the antitrust bulletin that holds the copyright on each article. printing and using for non-scholarly purposes is, therefore, prohibited.

Posted with permission of the antitrust bulletin that holds the copyright on each article. printing and using for non-scholarly purposes is, therefore, prohibited.

The Antitrust BulletinThe Journal of American and Foreign Antitrust and Trade Regulation
Volume 52, Number 1, Spring 2007 Special Issue: The Future of Aftermarkets in Systems Competition Gregory T. Gundlach and Albert A. Foer, Guest Editors

The Future of Aftermarkets in Systems Competition: The American Antitrust Institute's Invitational Symposium  - Gregory T. Gundlach and Albert A. Foer

Aftermarkets, Systems, and Antitrust: A Primer - Gregory T. Gundlach

Antitrust Implications of Aftermarkets - Joseph P. Bauer

Aftermarket Monopolization: The Emerging Consensus in Economics - Lorenzo Coppi

Evolutionary Theories of Competition and Aftermarket Antitrust Law - Peter R. Dickson

A Marketer's View of Competition and Antitrust - Allan D. Shocker

 

The Antitrust BulletinThe Journal of American and Foreign Antitrust and Trade Regulation
Volume 51, Number 1, Spring 2006

Special Issue: Complexity, Networks, And The Modernization Of Antitrust

Gregory T. Gundlach and Albert A. Foer, Guest Editors

 

Complexity, Networks, and the Modernization of Antitrust: The American Antitrust Institute's Roundtable on the Science of Complexity and Antitrust - Gregory T. Gundlach and Albert A. Foer

 

Complexity Science and Antitrust?  - Gregory T. Gundlach

 

Business Ecosystems and the View From the Firm - James F. Moore

 

The Information Technology Ecosystem: Structure, Health, and Performance - Marco Iansiti and Gregory L. Richards

 

The Evolvability of Business and the Role of Antitrust - Ian F. Wilkinson

 

Business Relationships and Networks: Consequences for Economic Policy - Hakan Hakansson

 

Complexity, Diversity, and Antitrust - Joseph Farrell

 

Competing, Countervailing, and Coalescing Forces: The Economics of Intra- and Inter-Business System Competition - Paul W. Dobson

 

Competition or Monopoly? The Implications of Complexity Science, Chaos Theory, and Evolutionary Biology for Antitrust and Competition Policy - Thomas J. Horton

 

Doctrinal Cross-Dressing in Derivative Aftermarkets: Kodak, Xerox, and the Copycat Game - Rudolph J .R. Peritz


The Antitrust Bulletin
The Journal of American and Foreign Antitrust and Trade Regulation
Volume 49, Number 4, Winter 2004Special Issue: The Implications of the Work of Robert L. Steiner Gregory T. Gundlach and Albert A. Foer, Guest Editors

Combining Horizontal and Vertical Analysis in Antitrust: The American Antitrust Institute's Roundtable on the Implications of the Work of Robert L. Steiner - Gregory T. Gundlach and Albert A. Foer

Vertical Relations in Antitrust: Some Intellectual History - F.M. Scherer

 

Vertical Relationships in Distribution Channels: A Marketing Perspective - Barton Weitz and Qiong Wang

The Evolution and Applications of Dual-Stage Thinking - Robert L Steiner

Why Economists Are Wrong to Neglect Retailing and How Steiner's Theory Provides an Explanation of Important Regularities - Michael P. Lynch

Using Steiner's Dual-Stage Model to Develop Better Measures of Retail Distribution - Paul W. Farris

Distribution Matters  - Howard P. Marvel

An Enforcement Perspective on the Work of Robert L. Steiner: Why Retailing and Vertical Relationships Matter - Pamela Jones Harbour

Steiner’s Two-Stage Vision: Implications for Antitrust Analysis – William S. Comanor

Implications of Robert L. Steiner's Work for Merger Analysis – Philip Nelson, Gloria Hurdle and Tessie Su