Collusion Theories in Merger Analysis: Still Alive and Kicking
CPI Journal, 2012, vol. 8
Comparing the level and outcome of collusion and unilateral effects analyses over the 1993-2010 time period shows how facts, not theory, appear to affect FTC evaluations. Malcolm B. Coate (Federal Trade Commission)
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