Competition Antitrust Enforcement
Topic Antitrust Enforcement

U.S. antitrust laws are important tools to preserve competitive markets and are enforced by the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, the States Attorneys General, and private plaintiffs. The effectiveness of antitrust enforcement depends on how courts interpret the law, the enforcement decisions, and the resources enforcers have. Equitable Growth believes competition depends on understanding what is working and not working in all of those areas.

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Equitable Growth releases 2019 Request for Proposals

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Competitive Edge: Protecting the “competitive process”—the evolution of antitrust enforcement in the United States

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In conversation with Herbert Hovenkamp and Ioana Marinescu

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Antitrust Remedies for Labor Market Power

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Competitive Edge: Judge Kavanaugh – Would he increase the divide between the public and judicial debate over antitrust enforcement?

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FTC action addresses corporate conduct that harms U.S. workers

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