Harvard, Not Chicago: Which Antitrust School Drives Recent U.S. Supreme Court Decisions?
The U.S. Supreme Court has now decided 14 antitrust cases in a row in favor of the defendant. But this does not indicate an embrace of the conservative Chicago School over the moderate Harvard School.
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