Antitrust Policy After Chicago

@article{Hovenkamp1985AntitrustPA,
  title={Antitrust Policy After Chicago},
  author={Herbert J. Hovenkamp},
  journal={IO: Regulation},
  year={1985}
}
  • Herbert J. Hovenkamp
  • Published 1985
  • Economics
  • IO: Regulation
  • This article, which was published in 1985, describes the development of a "Post-Chicago" antitrust policy. The Chicago School of antitrust analysis has made an important and lasting contribution to antitrust policy. The School has placed an emphasis on economic analysis in antitrust jurisprudence that will likely never disappear. At the same time, however, the Chicago School's approach to antitrust is defective for two important reasons. First of all, the notion that public policymaking should… CONTINUE READING
    67 Citations

    References

    SHOWING 1-10 OF 12 REFERENCES
    A Positive Theory of Environmental Quality Regulation
    • 316
    The Effect of Environmental Regulation on Optimal Plant Size and Factor Shares
    • 189
    Safety Regulation and Firm Size: Effects of the Coal Mine Health and Safety Act of 1969
    • 49
    (BNA) No. 1250, at 185 (C.D. Cal
      205. Examples of monopolies that almost certainly produced far more than was produced before the monopoly came into existence are the monopolies at issue in United States v
      • 77. 204. See B. BRINGHURST, ANTITRUST AND THE OIL MONOPOLY: THE STANDARD OIL CASES
      377 (1956) (cellophane); and E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co
      • 1980
      For example, Posner notes that early Chicago School theorists were regarded by outsiders as a "lunatic fringe
        Modernization of Antitrust: A New Equilibrium
        • 35
        Presidents Conference v. Noerr Motor Freight, 365 U.S. 127 (1961) (same). See generally P