2 edition of United States v. United Shoe Machinery Corporation found in the catalog.
United States v. United Shoe Machinery Corporation
by Harvard U.P.; Oxford U.P
Written in English
|Series||Harvard economic studies;vol.99|
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|Number of Pages||404|
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Carl Kaysen offers a penetrating economic analysis of the issues in the civil antitrust suit brought by the United States Government against the United Shoe Machinery Corporation under Sections 1 and 2 of the Sherman Act.
Kaysen, who served as clerk to Judge Charles E. Wyzanski, Jr., of the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts for this case, provides background material on the technique of ?isbn= Sherman Act cases, especially under section 2, are involved, expensive and time-consuming, requiring the resolution of issues in which law and economics have become inseparably interrelated.
When assigned to the United Shoe Machinery case Judge Wyzanski, recognizing the relationship of economic criteria to the public policy embodied in the antitrust laws and the necessarily "economic" judgment United States v. United Shoe Machinery Corporation. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Kaysen, Carl.
United States v. United Shoe Machinery Corporation. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Carl Kaysen Book Review: United States v.
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, An Economic Analysis of an Antitrust Case When assigned to the United Shoe Machinery case Judge Wyzanski, recognizing the relationship of economic criteria to the public policy embodied in the antitrust laws and the necessarily economic judgment that he would render, sought United States v.
United Shoe Machinery Corporation: an economic analysis of an anti-trust case Harvard U.P Camb., Mass Australian/Harvard Citation. Kaysen, Carl. United States v. United Shoe Machinery Corporation: an economic analysis of an anti-trust Book Review: United States v. United Shoe Machinery Corporation, An Economic Analysis of an Antitrust Case When assigned to the United Shoe Machinery case Judge Wyzanski, recognizing the relationship of economic criteria to the public policy embodied in the antitrust laws and the necessarily \u22economic\u22 judgment that he would render - Description: U.S.
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United Shoe Machinery Corporation: An Economic Analysis of an Anti-trust Case. By Carl Kaysen. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Pp. viii, $ This book consists mainly of the memorandum which Professor Kaysen pre-pared as "law clerk" to Judge Wyzanski in connection with the trial before him?article=&context=uclrev.
United States v. United Shoe MacHinery Corp., F. Supp. Mass. ) case opinion from the US District Court for the District of Massachusetts Download Citation | United States v. United Shoe Machinery Corporation: An Economic Analysis of an Anti-Trust Case.
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Get this from a library. In the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts: United States of America v. United Shoe Machinery Corporation: before the Honorable Charles E. Wyzanski, Jr., district judge: plaintiff's requests for findings of fact and conclusions of law.
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