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use and abuse of economics in antitrust litigation - JStor
USE AND ABUSE OF ECONOMICS. IN ANTITRUST LITIGATION by. Corwin D. Edwards. Professor of Government and Business,. Graduate School of Business,  ...

Adversarial Economics in Antitrust Litigation: Losing Academic
A. The Role of Economics in Antitrust Law: The “Whole Game”................. 1271 .... deserving of deference, so judges must find ways to use Daubert hearings.

antitrust economics—making progress, avoiding regression
restraints would launch antitrust litigation into “the wilds of economic the- ory.”5 ... use of economics both in policy formulation and application to specific cases.

the use of economics in antitrust litigation and counseling - HeinOnline
now used routinely in merger clearance at the federal antitrust en- forcement agencies and in antitrust litigation. I. OVERVIEW OF THE SIMPLE ECONOMICS OF ...

The Legacy of Matsushita: The Role of Economics in Antitrust
part of antitrust litigation before the decision, but Matsushita was a key step in ... increased role for economics, the use of a formal model as the centerpiece of a ...

1 FTC Perspectives on the Use of Econometric Analyses in Antitrust
This paper discusses our perspectives, as FTC economists and experienced litigation economists, on how to make econometric analyses more useful in antitrust ...

Global Antitrust Economics – Current Issues in - Analysis Group
litigation; Gregory Werden addresses the concept of the relevant market by ... Use and Abuse: The Myth of Divided Antitrust Economics, which Cremieux ...

Is Antitrust Too Complicated for Generalist Judges? - University of
litigation has improved the welfare of economists; however, the law and eco- .... use of court-appointed experts pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure ...
Paper12.Wright.Expertise and the Case for Limits on Agency Discretion.pdf

Correlation and Regression Analysis in Antitrust Class Certification
In antitrust litigation, the question of whether a class of differentiated prod- ucts sold .... mentary on the use of regression analysis by plaintiffs' expert economists.

Read Full Article - Navigant
Dec 16, 2015 ... A small sample of terms used by economists in recent antitrust class actions ... In Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) Antitrust Litigation, defendants ...

antitrust litigation.1 These decisions reject explicitly or implicitly the past sta- tus quo ..... specify the design of empirical tests that economists can use to examine.

Final Report of Economic Evidence Task Force - American Bar
Aug 1, 2006 ... literature regarding the use of economists in antitrust cases and the .... court- appointed experts in antitrust litigation, and ask a Section litigation.

Daubertand Other Gatekeeping Challenges of Antitrust Experts
in an antitrust litigation had made Daubert “a central feature of much antitrust ..... courage well-qualified economists from taking even good plaintiff antitrust cases  ...

Economic Authority and the Limits of Expertise in Antitrust Cases
In antitrust litigation, the factual complexity and economic nature of the issues .... the use of economics in modern antitrust scholarship has had the op-. 2.

1 Economic Evidence in Antitrust: Defining Markets - Stanford
system to make use of these two bodies of economic learning. ... litigation. Just as antitrust has become infused with economics, industrial organization eco-.

The use of economic analysis in competition cases - Unctad
Apr 28, 2009 ... greater use of economics in developing country competition cases include a .... in antitrust litigation and policy development; and (c) economist' ...

hot docs vs. cold economics: the use and - Arizona Law Review
resulting from the use of these documents is substantial. ... intent tends to make antitrust litigation interminable . . . with massive discovery or a trial that threatens  ...

Antitrust Policy: A Century of Economic and Legal Thinking
Congress also gave economists a singular opportunity to shape competition policy. .... case, the Court forbade various railroads to use their control of terminal ..... Litigation over vertical restraints provided the occasion for Chicago School.

The Growing Influence of Economics and Economists on Antitrust
Jan 24, 2008 ... the plaintiffs or defendants in antitrust litigation was rare. ..... application of economics reasoning to antitrust in the 1970s and afterward and ...

Defining Reliable Forensic Economics in the Post-Daubert/Kumho
Jun 1, 2000 ... The Current State of Antitrust Law and Economics ......... .... in antitrust litigation); see also Yee Wah Chin, Use ofEconomic Expert Witnesses in ...

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