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Social-Welfare-Enhancing Collusion and Trade

In: Recent Advances in the Analysis of Competition Policy and Regulation

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  • George Deltas
  • Alberto Salvo
  • Helder Vasconcelos

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Bringing scholars and policymakers to the frontiers of research and addressing the critical issues of the day, the book presents original important new theoretical and empirical results. The distinguished contributors include: P. Agrel, K. Alexander, J. Crémer, X. Dassiou, G. Deltas, F. Etro, L. Filistrucchi, P. Fotis, M. Gilli, J. Harrington Jr, T. Huertas, M. Ivaldi, B. Jullien, V. Marques, M. Peitz, Y. Spiegel, E. Tarrantino and G. Wood.

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  • George Deltas & Alberto Salvo & Helder Vasconcelos, 2012. "Social-Welfare-Enhancing Collusion and Trade," Chapters,in: Recent Advances in the Analysis of Competition Policy and Regulation, chapter 7 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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    1. Bond, Eric W. & Syropoulos, Constantinos, 2012. "Economic integration and the sustainability of multimarket collusion," Economics Letters, Elsevier, vol. 117(1), pages 42-44.

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