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International Center for Law & Economics

The International Center for Law & Economics (ICLE) antitrust and consumer protection research agenda emphasizes an empirical, evidence-based approach, informed by a decision theory (“error cost”) mode of analysis. ICLE scholars evaluate the social costs and benefits of proposed interventions, focusing in particular on how institutions affect the appropriateness and the effectiveness of antitrust enforcement.

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Additional resources:

  1. Consumer Welfare & the Rule of Law: The Case Against the New Populist Antitrust Movement
  2. ICLE tl;dr: The Consumer Welfare Standard: Bringing Objectivity to Antitrust

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