The "consumer choice" paradigm in German ordoliberalism and its impact upon EU competition law
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KeywordsEU competition law; antitrust law; ordoliberalism; neoliberalism; laisser; faire liberalism; Freiburg School; Chicago School; consumer choice paradigm; consumer welfare paradigm; more economic approach; efficiency; competition as rivalry; competition as a dynamic process of discovery; economic freedom; economic order; economic system; economic planning; centrally directed economy; decentralized exchange economy; social market economy; control of market power; perfect competition; workable competition; system of undistorted competition; public goods; institutional economics; behavioural economics; post-Chicago; economics;
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