Predatory Pricing: Strategic Theory and Legal Policy

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A US Department of Justice analysis that points out that history and economic theory teach that predatory pricing can be an instrument of abuse, yet courts adhere to a static, non-strategic view of predatory pricing, believing it to be an economic consensus. But this is a consensus most economists no longer accept.


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