- Title Pages
- 1 <i>The Limits of Antitrust</i> and the Chicago School Tradition
- 2 Competition Law and Human Rights
- 3 Limits of Imports from Economics into Competition Law
- 4 Complications in the Antitrust Response to Monopsony
- 5 Antitrust and the Close Look
- 6 Anticompetitive Government Regulation
- 7 A Global Perspective on State Action
- 8 IP's Advantages over Antitrust
- 9 Competition Law and Consumer Protection Against Unfair Commercial Practices
- 10 Judicial Scrutiny and Competition Authorities
- 11 Competition Authorities
- 12 Competition Law Remedies
- 13 How Culture May Change Assumptions in Antitrust Policy
- 14 Promoting Convergence of Competition Policies in Northeast Asia
- 15 The Limits of Competition Law in Latin America
- The Global Limits of Competition Law
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