Bid Rigging In Public Procurement Of Generic Drugs In Mexico
Ernesto Estrada and
CPI Journal, 2013, vol. 9
Ernesto Estrada and Samuel Vazquez's paper describes the use of screens by the Mexican antitrust authority to uncover bid rigging in medicine procurement, arguably one of the most important cases to date. Estrada and Vazquez describe the methods used to uncover this conspiracy using publicly available data for insulin and saline solutions.
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