ECON 4400 - Economics of Antitrust and Regulation3 credit hours
Prerequisites: ECON 2420 ; junior standing; admission into the College of Business. Economic analysis of the antitrust laws and their enforcement: price-fixing, collusion, mergers, monopolization, and vertical arrangements. Economics theories of regulation/deregulation applied to actual regulatory policies: natural monopoly; price and entry regulation; health, safety, and environmental regulation; and intellectual property. Includes historical development as well as current applications.
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