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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The CREATES Act shows legislation can stop anticompetitive pharmaceutical industry practices

Competition
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Interoperability as a competition remedy for digital networks

Competition
Vision 2020

Improving competition to lower U.S. prescription drug costs

CompetitionInequality & Mobility
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The state of U.S. federal antitrust enforcement

Competition
working paper

Labor Non-Compete Agreements: Tool for Economic Efficiency, or Means to Extract Value from Workers?

CompetitionLabor
Boosting Wages

Boosting wages when U.S. labor markets are not competitive

CompetitionLaborInequality & Mobility

Explore Content in Anticompetitive Conduct102

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Equitable Growth announces record $1.39 million in research grants for scholars examining economic inequality and growth

CompetitionInequality & MobilityLabor
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Understanding Amazon: Strategy and Welfare Implications

Competition
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The Welfare Effects of Price Discrimination Under Endogenous Product Entry: the case of Implantable Medical Devices

Competition
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Joint Ventures in Dialysis Care: Improving Coordination or Enabling Market Power?

CompetitionFamilies
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Do Mortgage Lenders Compete Locally? Implications for Credit Access

Competition
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Buyer Power in the Beef Industry

Competition
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Welfare Effects of Common Ownership

CompetitionTax & Macroeconomics
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Myths about competition in the global economy harm humanity and our planet

CompetitionLaborFamilies
In Conversation

In Conversation with Michelle Meagher

CompetitionLabor
Expert Focus

Expert Focus: From academia to the administration, Equitable Growth scholars transition to executive branch

CompetitionLaborTax & MacroeconomicsInequality & Mobility
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NBER Summer Institute 2021 Round-up: Week 2

CompetitionLaborTax & MacroeconomicsInequality & Mobility
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A Canary in the Coal Mine for the Failure of U.S. Competition Law: Competition Problems in Prescription Drug Market

Competition
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