Competition Anticompetitive Conduct
Topic Anticompetitive Conduct

One threat to competitive markets are actions by dominant firms or agreements between firms in the market that limit competition. This may include agreements to fix prices or exclude competitors. Equitable Growth promotes research on the prevalence of anticompetitive conduct, its impact, and the potential solutions.

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Competitive Edge: Jason Furman testifies on the role of data and privacy in online platforms’ market power

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Killer acquisitions lead to decreased innovation and competition in the U.S. prescription drug market

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Competitive Edge: Five building blocks for antitrust success: the forthcoming FTC competition report

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Modern U.S. antitrust research supports strict enforcement of the law

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The state of U.S. federal antitrust enforcement

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U.S. Congress begins to restore competition to the drug industry

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Competitive Edge

Competitive Edge: Jason Furman testifies on the role of data and privacy in online platforms’ market power

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Competitive Edge

Competitive Edge: Five building blocks for antitrust success: the forthcoming FTC competition report

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Killer acquisitions lead to decreased innovation and competition in the U.S. prescription drug market

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Testimony by Heather Boushey before the House Budget Committee

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The state of U.S. federal antitrust enforcement

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The once and future role of strikes in ensuring U.S. worker power

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