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Paul Prisecaru;
  • Subject: antitrust, market power, critical loss, cartels, price elasticity of demand, disruptive innovation
    • jel: jel:D43 | jel:L40 | jel:L10 | jel:K21 | jel:L13

This paper presents some of the most important microeconomic tools used in assessing antitrust and merger cases by the competition authorities. By explaining the way that microeconomic concepts like “market power”, “critical loss” or “price elasticity of demand” are use... View more
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