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Wither Consumer Welfare to Guide Antitrust Regulators?

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The team in charge of the Federal Trade Commission appear to have very different ideas about what should guide the agency’s actions. Duke economist Michael Munger discusses why the “consumer welfare” standard for antitrust action is on the ropes and what it means for a free economy.


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