Endogenous antitrust: cross-country evidence on the impact of competition-enhancing policies on productivity
Joan-Ramon Borrell () and
Applied Economics Letters, 2008, vol. 15, issue 11, 827-831
This article presents empirical evidence regarding the effect of simultaneous antitrust and trade policy on productivity. We find that treating antitrust across countries as an exogenous policy overestimates the impact of competition on productivity by as much as 18%.
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Working Paper: Endogenous Antitrust: Cross-Country Evidence on the Impact of Competition-Enhancing Policies on Productivity (2005)
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