The Convergence of Antitrust Thought in the Late 1930s and Its Subsequent Collapse
Kirat, Thierry; Marty, Frederic (2023), The Convergence of Antitrust Thought in the Late 1930s and Its Subsequent Collapse, ProMarket, 17 mai 2023
TypeArticle accepté pour publication ou publié
Volume17 mai 2023
Stigler Center at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business
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Institut de Recherche Interdisciplinaire en Sciences Sociales [IRISSO]
Electronique, Systèmes de communication et Microsystèmes [ESYCOM]
Abstract (EN)This post stresses the importance of the late 1930s in the making of antitrust. The moment was exceptional for its consensus within the economic discipline and the implementation of voluntarist public enforcement, particularly under Thurman Arnold according to the prescriptions of the Second Chicago School, institutionalists, and the preferences of the Neo-Brandeis movement.
Subjects / Keywordséconomie; finances; droit; antitrust; new deal; efficiency
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