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Antitrust Economics and Law
Professor Steven Salop
J.D. Course 038 | 4 credit hours
This course covers the major federal legislation in the field of antitrust law with a primary focus upon governmental efforts to promote competition. The Sherman Act, the Clayton Act, and Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act are covered in detail. Emphasis is placed upon the growing role of economic analysis and trends in judicial interpretation relating to the rule of reason, per se rules, monopolies, mergers and joint ventures.
Students may not receive credit for both this course and Antitrust Law.