By Geoffrey Manne on March 17, 2011

Dr. Geoffrey Manne, Director at Global Economics Group, and Marcellus Williamson identify problems with three types of documents commonly used by courts to determine whether antitrust violations have occurred. In Hot Docs VS. Cold Economics (Arizona Law Review, Vol. 47), the authors contend that these documents have little foundation in economics and that the likelihood […]

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By Abel M. Mateus on March 17, 2011

In The Current Financial Crisis and State Aid in the EU (European Competition Journal, April 2009), Dr. Abel M. Mateus, Director at Global Economics Group, analyzes the various state responses to the financial crisis of 2007-2009. Dr. Mateus presents the unique dilemma facing the European Union: on the one hand, because each country has specific […]

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By Geoffrey Manne on March 17, 2011

Dr. Geoffrey A Manne, Director at Global Economics Group, and Dr. Joshua D. Wright, raise concern that as the tech industry worldwide and particularly in the United States continues to boom, rational economic analysis is tossed aside when considering new antitrust cases. In Google And The Limits Of Antitrust: The Case Against The Case Against […]

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By Geoffrey Manne on March 17, 2011

In Innovation and the Limits of Antitrust (Journal of Competition Law & Economics, Vol. 6, No. 1, 2010), Dr. Geoffrey Manne, Director at Global Economics Group, and Dr. Joshua D. Wright apply the analysis of error-cost minimization within the framework of innovation. They challenge the conventional wisdom that the error-cost approach implies that the rule […]

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By R. Ian McEwin on March 17, 2011

Dr. R Ian McEwin, Director at Global Economics Group, presents a comprehensive volume of articles and expert commentary on competition and antitrust law in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Dr. McEwin is principal editor of ASEAN Competition Law, a collection of articles written by senior practicing experts with the goal of demystifying competition […]

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By R. Ian McEwin on March 17, 2011

In Competition Law in Singapore, Dr. R Ian McEwin, Director at Global Economics Group, analyzes the effectiveness of the Singapore Competition Act, passed in 2004. Singapore’s antitrust law is now rather simple in theory”anticompetitive conduct can be excused if there would be a Net Economic Benefit, that is, if the total welfare to society would […]

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