Political economy & Antitrust

Competition law, as a part of economic policy, has a complex interaction with the political economy

Regional integration and antitrust policy: Bigger markets are harder to threat

By Francisco Beneke

The fear of market concentration, the legacy of the Chicago School of Antitrust, and political influence of firms – Lessons for developing countries

By Francisco Beneke

The concentration of economic and political power: A priority for competition law and policy in developing countries?

By Amine Mansour

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