2 edition of theory of labor antitrust found in the catalog.
theory of labor antitrust
Keith N. Hylton
1993 by Law and Economics Programme, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto in [Toronto] .
Written in English
|Statement||by Keith N. Hylton.|
|Series||Law and economics workshop series -- WS 1992-93 (7)|
|Contributions||University of Toronto. Faculty of Law. Law and Economics Programme.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||42 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||42|
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Written during the advent of the United States of America’s economic boom, it analyses the effect of corporate culture on society and the by: much jurisdiction over the labor market (Ohlhausen ), and in theory just as much concern for buyer as for seller power, it’s appropriate for the commission to consider whether, in light of evidence of labor market monopsony, greater use of that enforcement authority is appropriate, and what types of antitrust enforcement in labor markets.
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Regulation and antitrust are key elements of government policy. This new edition of the leading textbook on government and business policy explains how the latest theoretical and empirical economic tools can be employed to analyze pressing regulatory and antitrust issues.
collective bargaining would frustrate both antitrust and labor policy. This Article also argues that the Leagues’ view of the appropriate balance between antitrust and labor law rests on a faulty premise.
In particular, the implicit foundation of the Leagues’ argument is that the Rule of Reason in section 1 of the Sherman Act — the test forFile Size: KB. Robert Bork was highly critical of court decisions on United States antitrust law in a series of law review articles and his book The Antitrust Paradox.
Bork argued that both the original intention of antitrust laws and economic efficiency was pursuit only of consumer welfare, the protection of competition rather than competitors.
Abstract. Professor Keith Hylton provides a timely discussion of the most important doctrines of modern antitrust. Underlying his discussion is the thesis that antitrust can perhaps be best understood through the lens of federal common law.
This book review begins by discussing how Professor Hylton's book differs from other books in the field, Author: Reza Dibadj. Today's antitrust professionals may disagree on specific practices and rules, but most litigators, prosecutors, judges, and scholars agree that the primary goal of antitrust laws should be to promote economic welfare, and that economic theory should be used to determine how well business practices conform to that by: Dr.
Petro is the author of The Labor Policy of the Free Society and numerous other scholarly books and articles. This little book covers a lot of ground, thinly, of course, for there is only so much you can do in 78 pages, but well enough to kill most of the weeds parading under the name “antitrust theory.”Author: Sylvester Petro.
Experts examine the application of economic theory to antitrust issues in both the United States and Europe, discussing mergers, agreements, abuses of dominance, and the impact of market features.
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A panelist brought up an interesting tongue-in-cheek observation about the rising populist antitrust movement at a Heritage antitrust event this week. To the extent that the new populist antitrust movement is broadly concerned about effects on labor and wage depression, then, in principle, it should also be friendly to cartels.
Although counterintuitive, employees have long [ ]. ANTITRUST ECONOMICS READING LIST * Indicates required reading Required and Recommended Textbooks: * Carlton, Dennis W.
& Jeffrey M. Perloff, MODERN INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION (Addison-Wesley, 4th ed. Motta, Massimo, COMPETITION POLICY: THEORY AND PRACTICE (Cambridge University Press, ) Mankiw, Gregory N., PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS. The labor theory of property (also called the labor theory of appropriation, labor theory of ownership, labor theory of entitlement, or principle of first appropriation) is a theory of natural law that holds that property originally comes about by the exertion of labor upon natural resources.
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And Republican Senator Orrin Hatch last August decried the new antitrust movement as “hipster. Recent research indicates that labor market power has contributed to wage inequality and economic stagnation. Although the antitrust laws prohibit firms from restricting competition in labor markets as in product markets, the government does little to address the labor market problem, and private litigation has been rare and mostly unsuccessful.
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And he introduced markets by. "This book is the single best one-volume discussion of modern antitrust law available. It is encyclopedic in coverage, but deeper than a treatise because it is informed at every step with the best and most systematic of current economic and legal analysis.
If you want to learn (or to learn more) about modern antitrust law, read this book."Price: $ The antitrust act that says, "Every contract, combination in the form of trust or otherwise, or conspiracy, in restraint of trade or commerce among the several states, or with foreign nations, is hereby declared to be illegal" is the The capture theory of regulation contends that.
If a labor union successfully organizes the labor market. Synopsis This book is an effort to consolidate several different perspectives on antitrust law. First, Professor Hylton presents a detailed description of the law as it has developed through numerous judicial opinions.
Second, the author presents detailed economic critiques of the judicial Author: Keith Hylton. Berman7 and The Labor Injunction by Felix Frankfurter and Nathan Greene.8 Berman’s book provided an unparalleled analysis of the history the Sherman and Clayton statutes and how they applied to labor organizations.
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Steuer. The prohibitions of the antitrust laws are disarmingly simple. Section 1 of the Sherman Act declares unlawful any “contract, combinationFile Size: KB. U.S. antitrust policy has not been abandoned, but since the early s it has been applied with greater consideration of its implications for the competitiveness of U.S.
businesses against Asian, European, and other firms. Whether or not antitrust laws among nations will be made more compatible with each other is an issue for the future. Labor differs by type of work (e.g. retail sales vs. scientist), skill level (entry level or more experienced), and location (the market for administrative assistants is probably more local or regional than the market for university presidents).
While each labor market is different, they all tend to operate in similar ways. Labor under the Antitrust Laws. The Sherman Act did nothing to change this basic judicial attitude. A number of cases decided early in the act’s history condemned labor activities as violations of the antitrust law.
In particular, in the Danbury Hatters’ case (Loewe v. 45 - BOOK PROOF - STEINBAUM (DO NOT DELETE) 8/14/ AM ANTITRUST, THE GIG ECONOMY, AND LABOR MARKET POWER MARSHALL STEINBAUM* I INTRODUCTION: DECLINING LABOR POWER IS (PARTLY) AN ANTITRUST STORY Worker bargaining power has diminished over the last forty years.
Between andmedian wages closely tracked output. Review of Recent Antitrust Books () antitrust, business theory, law and economics, marketing, bundling, antitrust litigation.
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(1) development of the Granger movement (2) need for settlement homes. (3) creation of a. Labor Theory Of Value: The labor theory of value was an early attempt by economists to explain why goods were exchanged for certain prices on the market.
It. This is “Antitrust Policy and Business Regulation”, chapter 16 from the book Microeconomics Principles (v. prohibits price discrimination that is designed to lessen competition or that tends to create a monopoly and exempts labor unions from antitrust laws. The Public Interest Theory of Regulation.
Herbert J. Hovenkamp, “Antitrust and the Close Look: Transaction Cost Economics in Competition Policy,” in The Global Limits of Competition Law, edited by Ioannis Lianos and D. Daniel Sokol. Stanford, CA: Stanford Law Booksat 66, 15 pages. Labor economics includes the theory and tools most appropriate for analyzing how labor markets function.
Finance includes the theory and tools most appropriate for analyzing how capital markets function. EI economists apply their training and expertise to solve problems in many fields including antitrust, damages analysis, class.Sylvester Petro Sylvester Petro (–) was a professor of law and the author of several books on the history of labor policy in the United States, including The Labor Policy of a Free Society, The Kohler Strike, and The Kingsport Press Strike.
As professsor and director of the Wake Forest University Institute of Law and Policy Analysis, he taught generations of students about the Author: Sylvester Petro.This is an essential work for anyone wishing to understand the limitations and problems of contemporary antitrust actions.
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