The causes and consequences of antitrust the public choice perspective fred s mcchesney william f shughart ii on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers why has antitrust legislation not lived up to its promise of promoting free market competition and protecting consumers assessing 100 years of antitrust policy in the united states. Compares perspectives from the chicago school and the harvard school and discusses the emerging virginia school and its use of standard economic theory to analyze government other subjects include public choice models of antitrust antimerger policy antitrust before the sherman act and the origins of antitrust. A second possible reason economists have not been skeptical about antitrust is that few of the economists who have researched or read about the individual trees in the antitrust forest have been aware of how strong a case there really is against antitrust the causes and consequences of antitrust will do much to remedy that defect. The book the causes and consequences of antitrust the public choice perspective edited by fred s mcchesney and william f shughart ii is published by university of chicago press. Introduction and overview fred s mcchesney and william f shughart ii public choice theory and antitrust policy william f shughart ii in search of the public interest model of antitrust fred s mcchesney what do economists think about antitrust a random walk down pennsylvania avenue paul h rubin the economic effects of the
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