【新书快递】竞争法专著: Predatory Pricing in Antitrust Law and Economics: A Historical Perspective

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参考题名: 反垄断法与经济学中的掠夺性定价  

作者:     Nicola Giocoli  

出版社:   Taylor & Francis

出版时间: 2015-1-25  

ISBN:      9780415822527   

页数:     344   

装帧:     Hardback (精装)

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作者简介:

Nicola Giocoli is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Pisa, Italy


内容简介:

Can a price ever be too low? Can competition ever be ruinous? Questions like these have always accompanied American antitrust law. They testify to the difficulty of antitrust enforcement, of protecting competition without protecting competitors.

As the business practice that most directly raises these kinds of questions, predatory pricing is at the core of antitrust debates. The history of its law and economics offers a privileged standpoint for assessing the broader development of antitrust, its past, present and future. In contrast to existing literature, this book adopts the perspective of the history of economic thought to tell this history, covering a period from the late 1880s to present times.

The image of a big firm, such as Rockefeller’s Standard Oil or Duke’s American Tobacco, crushing its small rivals by underselling them is iconic in American antitrust culture. It is no surprise that the most brilliant legal and economic minds of the last 130 years have been engaged in solving the predatory pricing puzzle. The book shows economic theories that build rigorous stories explaining when predatory pricing may be rational, what welfare harm it may cause and how the law may fight it. Among these narratives, a special place belongs to the Chicago story, according to which predatory pricing is never profitable and every low price is always a good price.
 

目录:

Introduction
1. The economics of predatory pricing
2. The two freedoms and British Common Law
3. American economists and destructive competition
4. Predatory pricing in the formative era of antitrust law
5. Predatory pricing in the structuralist era
6. The Chicago School and the irrelevance of predation
7. Harvard rules: Areeda and Turner’s solution
8. The demise of predatory pricing as an antitrust violation Conclusion


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