Restoring Antimonopoly Through Bright-Line Rules

The “consumer welfare” approach to antimonopoly is the main contributor to the extreme and dangerous concentrations of power that Americans face today. In place of this vague, subjective, easily manipulated, and fundamentally corrupt framework, we propose a system of simple rules that is true to the original American approach to building and protecting an open and democratic society.  

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Product Market Concentration Is Decreasing, and It’s Because of the Big Guys

A new study by economists at Princeton University and the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond finds that while national market concentration is clearly increasing, local concentration is not. In fact, local concentration has been declining rapidly for the last 25 years when measured at the city, county, or ZIP code level.  

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