Crossed destinies: law and economics meets the history of economic thought
The paper argues that antitrust law and economics is a proper subfield for applying the method and viewpoint of the history of economic thought (HET). Hence, antitrust scholars should pay attention to what historians of economics have to say about their subfield. Beyond law and economics, it is argued that there are normative and positive arguments for economists in general to avail themselves of HET research.
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