Economic Analysis and Antitrust Law by Terry Calvani and John Siegfried
Professors Calvani and Siegfried have collected, in less than four hundred pages, an extraordinarily useful set of articles providing general information about antitrust economic issues. Some of the articles are classics in the field, while some challenge the existing wisdom. One might have wished for somewhat greater coverage of issues involving vertical relationships, and indeed a separate volume might even have been appropriate on those subjects. The choices made, however, were basically sound, and the editing is both intelligent and useful. This collection could be profitably assigned and used by virtually anyone wanting to know more about the extremely important insights that economic analysis can bring to antitrust issues.
Thomas D. Morgan,
Economic Analysis and Antitrust Law,
33 Vanderbilt Law Review
Available at: https://scholarship.law.vanderbilt.edu/vlr/vol33/iss6/7