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When Does a Joint Venture Act as a Single Economic Entity?

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A legitimate joint venture entails an efficiency-enhancing integration of economic activity and does not mask a cartel. Gregory J. Werden, Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice

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  • Gregory Werden, 2010. "When Does a Joint Venture Act as a Single Economic Entity?," Antitrust Chronicle, Competition Policy International, vol. 3.
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