1. Consumers, economics, and antitrust (J.B. Kirkwood). 2. Titan agonistes: The wealth effects of the standard oil 'N.J' case (M. Reksulak, W.F. Shughart II, R.D. Tollison, A. Basu). 3. Successful monopolization through predation: The National Cash Register Company (H.P. Marvel, K.P. Brevoort). 4. The Morton and International Salt Cases: Discounts on sales of table salt (J.L. Peterman) 5. Injunctive relief in Sherman Act monopolization cases (K.G. Elzinga, R.W. Crandall). 6. United shoe machinery revisited (R. Blair, J.B. Herndon). 7. An economic justification for a price standard in merger policy: The merger of superior propane and ICG propane (R.O. Zerbe, Jr., S. Knott). 8. Vertical mergers and market foreclosure (W.S. Comanor, P. Rey). 9. The competitive-neighbors approach to analyzing differentiated product mergers (R. Higgins, J. Levinsohn, P. Johnson). 10. Settling the controversy over patent settlements: Payments by the patent holder should be per se illegal (C.I. Leffler, K. Leffler).