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Is Direct Democracy Better Able to Withstand the Influence of Special Interests?

A new Stigler Center working paper looks into the effects of referendums and public initiatives on public policy and finds that direct democracy better...

140 Years of Antitrust: How the Basic Paradigms of Competition, Regulation, and Antitrust Have Changed Since WWII

The final installment of our four-part series on the history of antitrust language in American political discourse.   In the fourth and final installment of...

Horizontal Shareholding, Antitrust, Growth and Inequality

Harvard Law School professor Einer Elhauge goes back to the days of Thurman Arnold, the head of the antitrust division in the FDR administration,...

The Weekly Briefin​g Archive​

The Weekly Briefin​g Archive​ Beijing Hits Back at Trump Call to Block US Pension Fund Investment in China -  05.13.20   America’s Job Losses Might Be Slowing: Daily...

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