The Atlantic Divide in Antitrust: An Examination of US and EU Competition Policy

@inproceedings{Gifford2015TheAD,
  title={The Atlantic Divide in Antitrust: An Examination of US and EU Competition Policy},
  author={Daniel J. Gifford and Robert Thomas Kudrle},
  year={2015}
}
How is it that two broadly similar systems of competition law have reached different results across a number of significant antitrust issues? While the United States and the European Union share a commitment to maintaining competition in the marketplace and employ similar concepts and legal language in making antitrust decisions, differences in social values, political institutions, and legal precedent have inhibited close convergence. With The Atlantic Divide in Antitrust, Daniel J. Gifford… 
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