A Journal of Policy
270 Seiten, Gebunden, HC gerader Rücken kaschiert, Format (B × H): 161 mm x 240 mm, Gewicht: 577 g
Verlag: Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Kirkwood / Zerbe Research in Law and EconomicsJohn Connor describes and evaluates the results of his extensive survey of reports of cartel overcharges.
- Dennis Weisman models the price effects of mergers that not only increase concentration in the relevant market but also increase the merged firms' participation in other, complementary markets.
- Malcolm Coate and Mark Williams develop a superior method for calculating critical loss in markets that are relatively homogenous and competitive premerger.
- Zhiqi Chen surveys recent developments in economic theories of buyer power and creates a general framework for antitrust analysis.
- Thomas J. Miceli and Kathern Segerson, given the difficulty of collecting damages after a long latency period, examine the desirability of granting toxic exposure victims an independent cause of action for medical monitoring at the time of exposure. They shows that such a cause of action incarease incentives for injurer care but only at the cost of greater litigation cost. the reluctance of courts to adopt such a proposed cause of action reflects theri awareness of this trade-off.
- Each chapter examines in depth a topic in law and economics.
- Written by leading experts in the field.
Weitere Infos & Material
Lays vs. Wages: Contracting in The Klondike Gold Rush
Buyer Power: Economic Theory and Antitrust Policy
Generalized Critical Loss for Market Definition
Price-Fixing Overcharges: Legal and Economic Evidence
Predatory Price Cutting and Standard Oil: A Re-Examination of the Trial Record
On the optimal negligence standard in tort law when one party is a long-run and the other a short run player
Should Victims of Exposure to a Toxic Substance Have an Independent Claim for Medical Monitoring?
Market Concentration, Multi-Market Participation and Antitrust