The Rise of Economics in Competition Policy:: A Canadian Perspective
Marcel Boyer (),
Thomas Ross and
Ralph Winter ()
No 17-869, TSE Working Papers from Toulouse School of Economics (TSE)
Competition policy in Canada and elsewhere has changed remarkably over the last fifty years – in large measure due to advances in economics. In this article we trace the impact of developments in industrial organization on the three central areas of competition policy: cartels, single firm conduct and mergers. We focus on Canadian competition policy, but draw comparisons with developments in the United States and Europe.
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