Sagers Publishes in Antitrust Bulletin on Current Antitrust Politics

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, published an article this spring in a widely read academic journal on antitrust matters, the Antitrust Bulletin, concerning the recent resurgence of antitrust in popular politics. He argues that, though renewed popular interest is very encouraging, certain deep structural problems complicate antitrust that must be addressed before increased enforcement is even very politically plausible, and before it can again be a policy of consistent and lasting effectiveness.

His paper, “#LOLNothingMatters,” appears at 63 Antitrust Bull. 7 (2018).

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