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Antitrust analysis in banking : goals, methods, and justifications in a changed environment

During recent decades banking markets have changed considerably. Nevertheless, banking antitrust analysis continues to follow the same basic philosophy laid down 40 years ago by the Supreme Court. Does the change in banking markets imply the need to alter antitrust analysis in banking? This article reviews the methods of antitrust analysis and discusses justifications for them. The article concludes that the means of analysis continues to make sense regardless of a changed environment.
Economic Quarterly , Volume 94 , Issue Win , Pages 45-72

Journal Article
Moderating monopolies : does big business need taming? the role of economics in antitrust law

The Regional Economist , Issue Jul , Pages 10-11

Journal Article
Antitrust issues in payment systems: bottlenecks, access, and essential facilities

Business Review , Issue Sep , Pages 3-12

Journal Article
Antitrust and payment technologies: commentary

Review , Issue Nov , Pages 60-63

Journal Article
Divestiture: a prescription for healthy competition

Our anti-trust laws dictate that bank mergers be rejected if they will substantially lessen competition in their markets. Yet bigger bank mergers are approved every year. What's going on? One word: divestiture.
The Regional Economist , Issue Jan , Pages 10-11

Report
Sunk costs, contestability, and the latent contract market

The idea that an industry with sunk costs may be contestable even in the absence of long-term contracts has received little attention from formal economic theory yet is popular among monopolists facing antitrust suits. The paper formally illustrates the argument. In an infinitely repeated game, there exists a class of contestable outcomes in which the monopolist sells only on the spot market and charges low prices along the equilibrium path to prevent customers from resorting to long-term contracts. Then, the crucial test for contestability is the level of transaction costs in the latent ...
Staff Reports , Paper 75

Conference Paper
The 1992 agency horizontal merger guidelines and the Department of Justice's approach to bank merger analysis

Proceedings , Paper 375

Journal Article
Statement to Congress, June 3, 1998, (antitrust issues related to mergers and acquisitions).

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Aug , Pages 619-627

Conference Paper
Changing financial industry structure and regulation: an antitrust perspective

Proceedings , Paper 694

Journal Article
Antitrust and payment technologies

Review , Issue Nov , Pages 41-54

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