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Competition Law and Economics: A Mid-Atlantic Viewpoint

BY | March 22, 2007

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle John Vickers, Mar 22, 2007 Introduction When contemplating competition law and policy, many economists, I suspect, are somewhere…

This article is part of a Chronicle. See more from this Chronicle

John Vickers, Mar 22, 2007

Introduction When contemplating competition law and policy, many economists, I suspect, are somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean. That is to say, they feel uncomfortable with aspects of EC competition law on the grounds that it is too interventionist, and with aspects of US antitrust on the grounds that it is too laissez faire. I confess that I indulged in some mid-Atlantic musings during my time at the Offic

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