The Role of Economics in Defining Antitrust Injury and Standing

ECONOMIC INPUTS, LEGAL OUTPUTS: THE ROLE OF ECONOMISTS IN MODERN ANTITRUST, Fred S. McChesney, ed., 1998

16 Pages Posted: 5 Jun 2009

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Roger D. Blair

University of Florida - Warrington College of Business Administration - Department of Economics

William H. Page

University of Florida - Levin College of Law

Date Written: June 4, 2009

Abstract

In this article, first published in 17 Managerial & Decision Econ. 127 (1996), we show how economic theory guides the courts' determinations of which harms from collusive and exclusionary practices constitute antitrust injury.

Keywords: antitrust, antitrust injury, standing

JEL Classification: K21, K42, L40

Suggested Citation

Blair, Roger D. and Page, William Hepburn, The Role of Economics in Defining Antitrust Injury and Standing (June 4, 2009). ECONOMIC INPUTS, LEGAL OUTPUTS: THE ROLE OF ECONOMISTS IN MODERN ANTITRUST, Fred S. McChesney, ed., 1998. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1414449

Roger D. Blair

University of Florida - Warrington College of Business Administration - Department of Economics ( email )

342 Matherly Hall
Gainesville, FL 32611-7140
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352-392-0179 (Phone)
352-392-7860 (Fax)

William Hepburn Page (Contact Author)

University of Florida - Levin College of Law ( email )

P.O. Box 117625
Gainesville, FL 32611-7625
United States

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