Symposium on Empirical Antitrust in the Antitrust Law Journal

The application of empirical economic methods in antitrust can and should play an important, even central, role in the development of sound competition policy.  For example, former FTC Chairman Tim Muris explicitly made the case that empirical examination of the economic foundations of antitrust could improve antitrust policy making and undertook efforts to make such an examination a fundamental part of the FTC’s research agenda…

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