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.
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