Leniency Programs and Cartel Prosecution
We study the enforcement of competition policy against collusion under Leniency Programs, which gave reduced fines to firms revealing information ot the Antitrust Authority. Such programs give firms an incentive to break collusion, but may also have a pro-collusive effect, since they decrease the expected cost of misbehaviour.
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