Welfare Standards and Merger Analysis: Why Not the Best? (reprint)
The author argues for using the total welfare standard, rather than the more commonly employed consumer welfare standard. In doing so, Heyer responds to three broad objections that have been raised. Ken Heyer (Federal Trade Commission)
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