11th Annual Conference Symposium Issue: Oregon Law Review Volume 89, Number 3, 2011
The Oregon Law Review Volume 89, Number 3, 2011 is the symposium issue from AAI’s 11th Annual Conference: Are the Boundaries Between Public and Private in Transition? Click on an article to download.
An Introduction to the American Antitrust Institute’s 11th Annual National Conference: Are the Boundaries Between Public and Private in Transition?
Albert A. Foer
Christine A. Varney
Standardization and Markets: Just Exactly Who Is the Government, and Why Should Antitrust Care?
The Affordable Care Act and Competition Policy: Antidote or Placebo?
Thomas L. Greaney
The Provider Monopoly Problem in Health Care
Clark C. Havighurst and Barak D. Richman
Market Allocation in the Health Insurance Industry and the McCarran-Ferguson Act
Competition and Regulation in the Insurance Sector: Reassessing the McCarran-Ferguson Act
Susan Beth Farmer
The Dodd-Frank Act: A Flawed and Inadequate Response to the Too-Big-to-Fail Problem
Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr.
Replacing Antitrust Exemptions for Transportation Industries: The Potential for a “Robust Business Review Clearance”
Peter C. Carstensen
Mission, Structure, and Governance in Future Electric Markets: Some Observations
Peter Fox-Penner and Heidi Bishop