COMMENTS " AFTER CHICAGO " : AN EXAGGERATED DEMISE ?

@inproceedings{ShepardCOMMENTSA,
  title={COMMENTS " AFTER CHICAGO " : AN EXAGGERATED DEMISE ?},
  author={John Shepard}
}
Professor Herbert Hovenkamp recently published Antitrust Policy After Chicago, I an important critique of the ascendant Chicago School of antitrust analysis. For more than seventy pages Professor Hovenkamp battered away at the weaknesses in the Chicago story. Yet when the dust had settled, we were left with only a handful of cases that Professor Hovenkamp would decide differently from the Chicagoans. Although I am a fellow skeptic, I fear that Professor Hovenkamp's analysis of these cases is… CONTINUE READING

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