ECONOMICS AND ANTITRUST: RESPONSE

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  • ROBERT H. BORK

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    • *Judge, U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, Washington, D.C. This response was part of a session entitled “Economics and Antitrust: Bork's Contributions” at the Annual Western Economic Association International Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, June 24–28, 1984.


Abstract

In responding to the preceding papers by Professors Dewey, Fink, and High, I will deal primarily with Professor Dewey because his remarks constitute the most wide-ranging critique. His remarks run the spectrum from political philosophy to price theory.

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