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The University of Oxford Centre for Competition Law and Policy
Excessive pricing is one of the most controversial topics in competition law. Notwithstanding excessive pricing being one of the most blatant forms of abuse, a non-intervention policy tends to be theExpand
The Costs of Loyalty. On Loyalty Rewards and Consumer Welfare
Loyalty rewards are pervasive. Airlines offer frequent flyer programs; credit cards provide miles, points, and cash-back; and groceries stores and pharmacies offer points to redeem “free” products.Expand
Cartel Deterrence in Chile: A Survey of Legal Opinion of the Law, Economics and Social Perceptions That Influence Decision-Makers to Collude
From a consequentialist perspective, the deterrence of undesirable behavior is one of the main functions of a legal system. For antitrust law, the deterrence of cartel behavior is its leastExpand