Antitrust & Consumer Protection


Ideally, regulatory agencies enforce antitrust laws to increase competition among businesses, prevent market stagnation, and promote consumer welfare. Despite often major intrusions into the market, agencies have sometimes failed to meet these goals. Why is this the case and what are workable solutions?

Featured Experts:

Daniel Crane
Elyse Dorsey (Deputy Chair)
Deborah Garza
Geoffrey A. Manne
Timothy J. Muris
Jan Rybnicek
Robert Stien
Joshua D. Wright (Chair)
Todd J. Zywicki
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