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61 Antitrust Bull. 1 (2016)

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Volume 61 Number I March 2016                                               B   ulletin



Contents



Symposium: Economics and the Interpretation and Application
of U.S. and E.U. Antitrust Law
Guest Editor: Richard S. Markovits


Economics and the Interpretation and Application of U.S. and E.U. Antitrust Law:
A Summary                                                                              3
Richard S. Markovits

The Tests of Illegality Under Articles 101 and 102 TFEU                               84
Pinar Akman

Markovits on Defining Monopolization: A Comment                                      105
Keith N. Hylton

Ahead of His Time: The Singular Contributions of Richard Markovits                   109
Timothy J. Brennan

The Arbitrariness of Market Definition and an Evolutionary Concept of Markets        12 I
Rupprecht Podszun

The Emancipation of Antitrust from Market-Share-Based Approaches                     133
Daniel Zimmer

Comments on Richard Markovits's Claim That the Requirement of Possession of Pre or
Post Market Power Is Unnecessary in Monopolization and Attempt to Monopolize Cases
and a Proposed Second-Best Reconciliation of the Per Se and Conventional Approaches to
Dangerous Probability                                                                155
Jeffrey L. Harrison

Vertical Restraints: The European Part of the Policy Failure                         167
Roger Van den Bergh

The Necessary Complexity of Predatory Pricing Analysis: A Comment on Richard
S. Markovits's Treatment of Predatory Pricing in Economics and the Interpretation and
Application of U.S. and E.U. Antitrust Law                                           186
Abraham L. Wickelgren

The Economics of Antitrust Law: A Comment on the Other Contributions
to This Symposium                                                                    198
Richard S. Markovits

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