Stopping Above-Cost Predatory Pricing

@article{Edlin2001StoppingAP,
  title={Stopping Above-Cost Predatory Pricing},
  author={A. Edlin},
  journal={Yale Law Journal},
  year={2001},
  volume={111},
  pages={941-991}
}
  • A. Edlin
  • Published 2001
  • Economics
  • Yale Law Journal
Since 1993 when the Supreme Court decided Brooke Group, no predatory pricing plaintiff has prevailed in a final determination in the federal courts. This decision was the ultimate triumph of the Chicago School antitrust scholars and judges like Frank Easterbrook, who have argued that predation is like dragons and that there is no sufficient reason for antitrust law or the courts to take it seriously. This article argues, however, that the Court's reading of the law is unduly narrow and should… Expand
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