Oregon Law Review : Vol. 89, No. 3, p. 753-774 : An Introduction to the American Antitrust Institute’s 11th Annual National Conference: Are the Boundaries Between Public and Private in Transition?

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Title: Oregon Law Review : Vol. 89, No. 3, p. 753-774 : An Introduction to the American Antitrust Institute’s 11th Annual National Conference: Are the Boundaries Between Public and Private in Transition?
Author: Foer, Albert A.
Abstract: The theme of the American Antitrust Institute’s (AAI) conference on June 24, 2010, was embedded in a question: are the boundaries between what is public and what is private in transition? Our premise was that antitrust strikes a balance between government regulation of the economy and an extremely free market system. Another way to say this is that there is, on one hand, the public sector, represented by the government, and on the other hand, the private sector, represented by individuals, families, commercial units, and various other associations. Our concern as experts in antitrust and competition policy is in the nuances of the relationship between what, at any point in time, is public and what is private because the balance establishes the framework in which competition plays its role.
Description: 22 p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/11128
Date: 2011


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