Study of Monopoly Power

Study of Monopoly Power

Committee Serial No. 1. Focuses on legislation on antitrust law statute of limitations and U.S. recovery of damages in antitrust suits; Considers legislation to revise price discrimination good faith defense provisions.

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Study of Monopoly Power

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ISBN: PURD:32754082468228

Category: Antitrust law

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Committee Serial No. 1. Focuses on legislation on antitrust law statute of limitations and U.S. recovery of damages in antitrust suits; Considers legislation to revise price discrimination good faith defense provisions. Focuses on distribution costs and nature of good faith price competition; Considers legislation to exempt baseball and other sports from antitrust law provisions.
Categories: Antitrust law

Study of Monopoly Power

Study of Monopoly Power

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary

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ISBN: LOC:00176607063

Category: Trusts, Industrial

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Categories: Trusts, Industrial

Study of Monopoly Power

Study of Monopoly Power

Committee Serial No. 14

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee No. 5

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ISBN: MINN:31951D02172259B

Category: Antitrust law

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Committee Serial No. 14
Categories: Antitrust law

Study of Monopoly Power

Study of Monopoly Power

Focuses on Canadian and Newfoundland newsprint export and production practices' impact on domestic industry. Includes digest of testimony (p. 1-85).

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Study of Monopoly Power

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ISBN: LOC:00176640492

Category: Antitrust law

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Committee Serial No. 14. Reviews effectiveness of antitrust laws, and suggested revisions to the laws from representatives of educational institutions, business and government; pt. 2A-B, Reviews economic concentration and monopolistic practices relation to procurement practices, small businesses, patent right restrictions, Federal transportation rate-making regulations, and special antitrust exemptions. Includes summary and digest of testimony for parts 2-A and 2-B (p. 1-160); pt.4A, Includes digest of testimony (p. 1-65); pt.5, Considers legislation to make fines for certain antitrust violations triple the amount of damages; pt.6A, Reviews newsprint shortages and industry economic concentration. Focuses on Canadian and Newfoundland newsprint export and production practices' impact on domestic industry. Includes digest of testimony (p. 1-85).
Categories: Antitrust law

Study of Monopoly Power

Study of Monopoly Power

Committee Serial No. 14.

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee No. 5

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ISBN: LCCN:51060913

Category: Antitrust investigations

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Committee Serial No. 14. Reviews effectiveness of antitrust laws, and suggested revisions to the laws from representatives of educational institutions, business and government; pt. 2A-B, Reviews economic concentration and monopolistic practices relation to procurement practices, small businesses, patent right restrictions, Federal transportation rate-making regulations, and special antitrust exemptions. Includes summary and digest of testimony for parts 2-A and 2-B (p. 1-160); pt. 4A, Includes digest of testimony (p. 1-65); pt. 5, Considers legislation to make fines for certain antitrust violations triple the amount of damages; pt. 6A, Reviews newsprint shortages and industry economic concentration. Focuses on Canadian and Newfoundland newsprint export and production practices' impact on domestic industry. Includes digest of testimony (p. 1-85).
Categories: Antitrust investigations

Study of Monopoly Power Aluminum Proceedings of Jan 22 Feb 9 1951

Study of Monopoly Power  Aluminum  Proceedings of Jan  22 Feb  9  1951

Committee Serial No. 1. Focuses on legislation on antitrust law statute of limitations and U.S. recovery of damages in antitrust suits; Considers legislation to revise price discrimination good faith defense provisions.

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary

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ISBN: OSU:32437122436419

Category: Antitrust law

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Committee Serial No. 1. Focuses on legislation on antitrust law statute of limitations and U.S. recovery of damages in antitrust suits; Considers legislation to revise price discrimination good faith defense provisions. Focuses on distribution costs and nature of good faith price competition; Considers legislation to exempt baseball and other sports from antitrust law provisions.
Categories: Antitrust law

Study of Monopoly Power

Study of Monopoly Power

Focuses on Canadian and Newfoundland newsprint export and production practices' impact on domestic industry. Includes digest of testimony (p. 1-85).

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Study of Monopoly Power

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ISBN: LOC:00141340530

Category: Antitrust law

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Committee Serial No. 14. Reviews effectiveness of antitrust laws, and suggested revisions to the laws from representatives of educational institutions, business and government; pt. 2A-B, Reviews economic concentration and monopolistic practices relation to procurement practices, small businesses, patent right restrictions, Federal transportation rate-making regulations, and special antitrust exemptions. Includes summary and digest of testimony for parts 2-A and 2-B (p. 1-160); pt.4A, Includes digest of testimony (p. 1-65); pt.5, Considers legislation to make fines for certain antitrust violations triple the amount of damages; pt.6A, Reviews newsprint shortages and industry economic concentration. Focuses on Canadian and Newfoundland newsprint export and production practices' impact on domestic industry. Includes digest of testimony (p. 1-85).
Categories: Antitrust law

Study of Monopoly Power

Study of Monopoly Power

Committee Serial No. 1.

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary

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ISBN: OSU:32437122437714

Category: Trusts, Industrial

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Categories: Trusts, Industrial

Study of Monopoly Power

Study of Monopoly Power

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Monopoly Power

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ISBN: OCLC:12905994

Category: Trusts, Industrial

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Categories: Trusts, Industrial

Study of Monopoly Power

Study of Monopoly Power

Author: Stati Uniti d'America. Congress. House of Represantatives. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Study of Monopoly Power

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ISBN: OCLC:1192857198

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Page: 756

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Study of Monopoly Power

Study of Monopoly Power

Author: USA. House of Representatives. Congress 82. 1. session. Committee on the Judiaciary. Subcommittee on Study of Monopoly Power

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ISBN: OCLC:873951743

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Report of the Subcommittee on Study of Monopoly Power of the Committee on the Judiciary Pursuant to H Res 95 82d Cong 1st Sess Authorizing the Committee on the Judiciary to Conduct Studies and Investigations Relating to Matters Within Its Jurisdiction

Report of the Subcommittee on Study of Monopoly Power of the Committee on the Judiciary Pursuant to H  Res  95  82d Cong   1st Sess   Authorizing the Committee on the Judiciary to Conduct Studies and Investigations Relating to Matters Within Its Jurisdiction

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary

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ISBN: COLUMBIA:CU04168801

Category: Newsprint

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Categories: Newsprint

Study of Monopoly Power H R 6679 H R 7827 a bill to increase criminal penalties under the Sherman and Clayton Antitrust Acts February 1 and 15 1950 including also hearings on H R 6987

Study of Monopoly Power  H R  6679  H R  7827  a bill to increase criminal penalties under the Sherman and Clayton Antitrust Acts  February 1 and 15  1950 including also hearings on H R  6987

Committee Serial No. 14.

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee No. 5

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ISBN: LCCN:51060913

Category: Antitrust investigations

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Committee Serial No. 14. Reviews effectiveness of antitrust laws, and suggested revisions to the laws from representatives of educational institutions, business and government; pt. 2A-B, Reviews economic concentration and monopolistic practices relation to procurement practices, small businesses, patent right restrictions, Federal transportation rate-making regulations, and special antitrust exemptions. Includes summary and digest of testimony for parts 2-A and 2-B (p. 1-160); pt. 4A, Includes digest of testimony (p. 1-65); pt. 5, Considers legislation to make fines for certain antitrust violations triple the amount of damages; pt. 6A, Reviews newsprint shortages and industry economic concentration. Focuses on Canadian and Newfoundland newsprint export and production practices' impact on domestic industry. Includes digest of testimony (p. 1-85).
Categories: Antitrust investigations

Study of Monopoly Power H R 7905 H R 8763 a bill to amend the Clayton Act with respect to the recovery of triple damages under the antitrust laws and for other purposes May 8 and 10 1950

Study of Monopoly Power  H R  7905  H R  8763  a bill to amend the Clayton Act with respect to the recovery of triple damages under the antitrust laws  and for other purposes  May 8 and 10  1950

Committee Serial No. 14.

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee No. 5

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ISBN: LCCN:51060913

Category: Antitrust investigations

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Committee Serial No. 14. Reviews effectiveness of antitrust laws, and suggested revisions to the laws from representatives of educational institutions, business and government; pt. 2A-B, Reviews economic concentration and monopolistic practices relation to procurement practices, small businesses, patent right restrictions, Federal transportation rate-making regulations, and special antitrust exemptions. Includes summary and digest of testimony for parts 2-A and 2-B (p. 1-160); pt. 4A, Includes digest of testimony (p. 1-65); pt. 5, Considers legislation to make fines for certain antitrust violations triple the amount of damages; pt. 6A, Reviews newsprint shortages and industry economic concentration. Focuses on Canadian and Newfoundland newsprint export and production practices' impact on domestic industry. Includes digest of testimony (p. 1-85).
Categories: Antitrust investigations

Organized Baseball

Organized Baseball

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105063842566

Category: Antitrust law

Page: 232

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Categories: Antitrust law

Monopoly Power and Economic Performance

Monopoly Power and Economic Performance

Here some very odd paradoxes and rival views present themselves. On the one
hand it is held that, in the absence of monopoly power, innovation will be
cramped, that firms in price competition will not find it worth while to undertake
research.

Author: Edwin Mansfield

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105044160245

Category: Big business

Page: 174

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Compilation of twenty-four articles by scholars and public officials, including President J.F. Kennedy's involvement in the U.S. steel controversy in 1962.
Categories: Big business

The Economics of Competition

The Economics of Competition

The book comprehensively explores the concept that monopoly is self-limiting within unrestricted competition, as well as the various market features of competition, innovation, and market power.

Author: George G Djolov

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317717898

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 350

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A comprehensive examination of the ways competition and innovations level the playing field in the free market The Economics of Competition uses the South African pharmaceutical industry as a case study to cogently challenge accepted economic and regulatory views on competition and monopoly, then re-establishes and emphasizes the importance of foundational economic principles. The book comprehensively explores the concept that monopoly is self-limiting within unrestricted competition, as well as the various market features of competition, innovation, and market power. This detailed examination broadens understanding of the economics of competition for both scholars and practitioners. Competition is seen as a continuous process in a free market. The Economics of Competition thoughtfully explores the competitive process in its two mechanisms, the transfer of market share from one rival to another, and innovation of a new product, new method of production, new market opening, or new source of supply of raw materials. The dynamic nature of the marketplace is thoroughly examined from the author's inside view of the South African pharmaceutical industry. This provides a rare opportunity to closely examine an industry considered to be a monopoly while actively applying economic theories of competition and freedom of choice. The effects of public policy, legislation, and pricing regulations are discussed in detail. The book has several tables and figures to enhance clarity and is extensively referenced. The Economics of Competition discusses: * monopoly and rivalry in the free market * theories of perfect competition * innovation as a controlling variable * pricing and price differentiation * barriers to competition—including historical and contemporary legislative barriers * horizontal mergers and acquisitions as a key aspect of market power * and more! The Economics of Competition is insightful, thought-provoking reading for policymakers as well as anyone practising antitrust law, microeconomics, industrial economics, managerial economics, marketing strategy, theoretical public health, and students and educators of marketing and economics.
Categories: Business & Economics

The New Deal and the Problem of Monopoly

The New Deal and the Problem of Monopoly

Both liberal and conservative observers since then have cited the policy as an example of illogic and inconsistency. Hawley shows that the inconsistency was the result of political tugging rather than muddy thinking by the president.

Author: Ellis Wayne Hawley

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ISBN: 082321608X

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 525

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A re-issue of this classic study of President Roosevelt's adminstrative policy toward monopoly during the period of the New Deal, updated with a new introduction by the author.
Categories: Business & Economics