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Antitrust, Regulation And Competition

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Antitrust, Regulation and Competition brings together a group of well-known European and American academics to examine antitrust policies and competitive behaviour on a wide variety of topical cases and critical markets. Taking both a theoretical and applied perspective, the contributors examine issues such as entry and market concentration, auctions, technological innovation, privatization and the role of public firms, market transparency, the...

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Overview

Antitrust, Regulation and Competition brings together a group of well-known European and American academics to examine antitrust policies and competitive behaviour on a wide variety of topical cases and critical markets. Taking both a theoretical and applied perspective, the contributors examine issues such as entry and market concentration, auctions, technological innovation, privatization and the role of public firms, market transparency, the supply of product quality and multinational firms.

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Mario Baldassarri is Professor of Economics, University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy.

Luca Lambertini is Professor of Political Economy, Department of Economics, University of Bologna, Italy.

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Table of Contents

Preface—L. Lambertini
• Market Transparency and Competition Policy—H. P. Møllgaard & P. B. Overgaard
• Spectrum Auctions versus Beauty Contests: Costs and Benefits—A. Prat & T. M. Valletti
• Beyond the Spectrum Constraint: Concentration and Entry in the Broadcasting Industry—M. Motta and M. Polo
• Is it Really Wise to Design Policies in Support of New Firm Formation?—F. Lotti, E. Santarelli & M. Vivarelli
• On the Regulation of Vertically Differentiated Markets Through Minimum Quality Standards—G. Ecchia, L. Lambertini & C. Scarpa
• On Optimal Privatization—D. Sasaki & M. Wen
• The PublicPrivate Mix in Health Insurance—F. Barigozzi
• Competing Innovations and Antitrust Policy: Reflections on the Summit/VISX Case; V. Dennicolò
• On the Regulation of Multinational Banks—G. Calzolari & G. Loranth

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