Economic and Legal Issues in Competition, Intellectual Property, Bankruptcy, and the Cost of Raising Children Vol: 27


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Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781785605635
Published:
25 Nov 2015
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
264 pages - 152 x 229 x 18mm
Series:
Research in Law and Economics

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This volume addresses a variety of topics where economic concepts are intertwined with important legal and policy issues in North America and Europe. Five articles involve analyses of competition issues, including economic plus factors in price fixing cases, the impact of refusals to deal on product quality, and market definition for intermediate goods. There are also articles on legal -cost allocation and patent hold ups, the strategic use of licensing commitments, and cost sharing's impact on bankruptcy. Finally, there is a very detailed empirical analysis of the monetary cost of raising children, which has implications for policies of the United States Department of Agriculture.
Plus Factors in Price Fixing: Insightful or Anachronistic?. Refusal to Deal and Investment in Product Quality. Hicks-Marshall Conditions and Defining Antitrust Markets for Intermediate Goods. The Problem of Hindsight Bias in Fraudulent Conveyance Cases: A Review of Possible “Market-Based” Solutions. Different Rules of Legal-Cost Allocation and Patent Holdup. The Strategic Use of Licensing Commitments in a Standardization Context. Cost Sharing and Bankruptcy Law Orientation. The Monetary Cost of Raising Children. Franchisees’ Resale Price Policy Facing Legal, Contractual and Professional Constraints: Insights from European and French Perspectives. Copyright page. Economic and Legal Issues in Competition, Intellectual Property, Bankruptcy, and the Cost of Raising Children. Research in Law and Economics. Economic and Legal Issues in Competition, Intellectual Property, Bankruptcy, and the Cost of Raising Children. List of Contributors.
Economists address situations in which economics concepts are intertwined with legal and policy issues in North America and Europe. Among the topics are refusal to deal and investment in product quality, Hicks-Marshall conditions and defining antitrust markets for intermediate goods, different rules of legal-cost allocation and patent holdup, the strategic use of licensing commitments in a standardization context, cost sharing and bankruptcy law orientation, and the monetary cost of raising children. Distributed in North America by Turpin Distribution.

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