Keith N. Hylton
Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Monopolization, the restriction of competition by a dominant firm, is regulated in roughly half of the world’s nations. The two most famous laws regulating monopolization are Section 2 of the Sherman Act, in the United States, and Article 82 of the European Community Treaty. Both laws have been understood as prohibiting ‘abuses’ of monopoly power.
Keith N. Hylton,
The Law and Economics of Monopolization Standards
Antitrust Law and Economics
(Keith N. Hylton ed., Second Edition
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