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Bureaucracy and Politics in FTC Merger Challenges

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  • Coate, Malcolm B
  • Higgins, Richard S
  • McChesney, Fred S

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  • Coate, Malcolm B & Higgins, Richard S & McChesney, Fred S, 1990. "Bureaucracy and Politics in FTC Merger Challenges," Journal of Law and Economics, University of Chicago Press, vol. 33(2), pages 463-482, October.
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