39 Antitrust Bull. [i] (1994)

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4.Antitrust
Bulletin
VOL XXXIX, NO. 1/SPRING 1994
Contents
SYMPOSIUM: AN ANTITRUST REVIVAL?
CONSTRUCTING POLICIES AND GOALS
FOR A REVITALIZED ECONOMY
St. Mary's University School of Law, San Antonio, Texas
May 21, 1993
Revitalizing Enforcement and Setting a New Agenda
Beyond Chicago: Will Activist Antitrust Arise Again?  1
By Robert H. Lande
Attitudinal Discretion and the Prospects for Reinvigorating
Antitrust: A Look at the New Federal Rules           27
By Andrew L Gavil
Reinvigorating the Economy Through Antitrust Tools
Antitrust Policy and Health Care Reform              59
By John J. Flynn
Systems Competition and Aftermarkets:
An Economic Analysis of Kodak                       135
By Carl Shapiro and David J. Teece
Antitrust and Corporate Dividend Policy: Revising
Dividend Payment Policies to Empower Shareholders
to Curb Mergers and Acquisitions                    163
By Marsha Cope Huie

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