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Volume 28, Number 2 (1985) Antitrust and Economic Efficiency: A Conference Sponsored by the Hoover Institution

Front Matter
Editorial Staff

Introduction
Thomas Gale Moore

Use of Antitrust to Subvert Competition
William J. Baumol and Janusz A. Ordover

Comments on Baumol and Ordover
James Clifford Miller

Reducing Unions' Monopoly Power: Costs and Benefits
Robert H. Lande and Richard O. Zerbe Jr.

The Law and Economics of Franchise Tying Contracts
Benjamin Klein and Lester F. Saft

The Welfare Effects of Resale Price Maintenance
Howard P. Marvel and Stephen McCafferty

Private Antitrust Enforcement: The New Learning
William Breit and Kenneth G. Elzinga

Detrebling Antitrust Damages
Frank H. Easterbrook

Comment on Antitrust Remedies
Laura Bennett Peterson

Predation: The Changing View in Economics and the Law
James Clifford Miller and Paul Pautler