Issue 4 - May 2020 Consumer Welfare & The Rule of Law: The Case Against the New Populist Antitrust Movement

Consumer Welfare & The Rule of Law: The Case Against the New Populist Antitrust Movement

Article By: Elyse Dorsey, Geoffrey A. Manne, Jan M. Rybnicek, Kristian Stout, and Joshua D. Wright 47 PEPP. L. REV. 861 (2020) Populist antitrust notions suddenly are fashionable again. At their core is the view that antitrust law is responsible for a myriad of purported socio-political problems plaguing society today, including but not limited to …

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Issue 1 – January 2018 Economic Protectionism: Irrationally Constitutional

Economic Protectionism: Irrationally Constitutional

Comment by: Joshua Park 45 PEPP. L. REV. 149 (2018) The Constitution is built on the principle that all citizens are created equal. Naturally, we believe that no law should be passed solely for the sake of benefiting one group over another. Yet, governments continue to pass economic regulations that have no purpose other than …

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