The problems connected with anti-trust policies in an economy based upon competition are many and varied. This collection of essays written from many points of view attempts to deal with specific issues related to general themes of government and private policy. The contributions consider such topics as anti-trust and national goals, administered prices, concentrations of market power, mergers, competition among commercial banks, problems of small business, transportation industries, exemptions from anti-trust laws, the role of labor unions, and international competition. It is not the purpose of this study to develop a uniform view on competitive policy; rather the participants are acknowledged experts who offer a broad spectrum of opinions and methods of analysis. They include economists, businessmen, labor representatives, and government officials.
Originally published in 1965.
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