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Economics of Competition Law (ECON673)

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Antitrust, competition or anti-monopoly laws aim to prevent or discourage businesses from engaging in anticompetitive behaviour. From the enactment of the Sherman Act (1890) in the United States until the 1970s, competition laws existed only in a handful of industrialized countries. In the last few decades, however, many countries around the world have adopted competition policies and established independent competition authorities. The number of countries with competition laws has grown from...


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