Best Antitrust Articles of 2011 - From Our Group of Experts

By Daniel Sokol

Posted on December 28, 2011


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Best Antitrust Articles of 2011

  • Roger Blair (University of Florida – Economics) – Louis Kaplow, Why Ever Define Markets, 124 Harvard Law Review 437 (2010)* 

  • Alberto Heimler (Italian School of Government - Econ) – Louis Kaplow, An Economic Approach to Price Fixing, 77 Antitrust Law Journal, 343 (2011)

  • Max Huffman (Indiana University Law) - Alan Devlin, Antitrust as Regulation, San Diego Law Review

  • Louis Kaplow (Harvard Law) – Louis Kaplow, On the Meaning of Horizontal Agreements in Competition Law, 99 California Law Review 683 (2011); Louis Kaplow, An Economic Approach to Price Fixing, 77 Antitrust Law Journal, 343 (2011)

  • Bob Lande (University of Baltimore Law) - Louis Kaplow, Why Ever Define Markets, 124 Harvard Law Review 437 (2010)*

  • Salil Mehra (Temple Law) – Daniel Crane, The Institutional Structure of Antitrust Enforcement (Oxford University Press 2011)

  • Barak Orbach (University of Arizona – Law) - Louis Kaplow, On the Meaning of Horizontal Agreements in Competition Law, 99 California Law Review 683 (2011); Louis Kaplow, An Economic Approach to Price Fixing, 77 Antitrust Law Journal, 343 (2011)


  • Danny Sokol (University of Florida – Law) - Joseph Harrington, Jr. and Andrzej Skrzypacz, Private Monitoring and Communication in Cartels: Explaining Recent Collusive Practices, 101 American Economic Review 1 (2011); Louis Kaplow, An Economic Approach to Price Fixing, 77 Antitrust Law Journal, 343 (2011)

  • Andreas Stephan (University of East Anglia - Law) - Caron Beaton-Wells and Ariel Ezrachi editors, Criminalising Cartels: Critical Studies of an International Regulatory Movement (Hart 2011)

  • Maurice Stucke (University of Tennessee Law) - Jesse W. Markham, Jr., Lessons for Competition Law from the Economic Crisis: The Prospect for Antitrust Responses to the “Too-Big-To-Fail” Phenomenon, 16 Fordham Journal of Corporate Law and Finance 261 (2011); Thomas J. Horton, The Coming Extinction of Homo Economicus and the Eclipse of the Chicago School of Antitrust: Applying Evolutionary Biology to Structural and Behavioral Antitrust Analyses, 42 Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 469 (2011). 

  • Spencer Waller (Chicago Loyola Law) – Maurice Stucke & Amanda Reeves, Behavioral Antitrust, 86 Indiana Law Journal 1527 (2011)


* Came out in December 2010 and therefore missed last year’s cut-off.


The preceding is re-published on TAP with permission by its author, Daniel Sokol, Associate Professor at the University of Florida's Levin College of Law. “Best Antitrust Articles of 2011 - From Our Group of Experts” was originally published on the Antitrust and Competition Policy Blog on December 25, 2011.


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