Radical Antitrust

Radical Antitrust is about looking for cartels in unexpected places, and recognizing that consumers and workers can be harmed through more than simply price. For example, markets could be made fairer if there were more stakeholder representation on boards; more thoughtful limits on mergers and acquisitions; and fewer investors exerting control over multiple companies within an industry.

Further Reading

The Agency Costs of Agency Capitalism: Activist Investors and the Revaluation of Governance Rights - Ronald J. Gilson, Jeffrey N. Gordon

A Proposal to Limit the Anti-Competitive Power of Institutional Investors - Eric A. Posner, Fiona M. Scott Morton, E. Glen Weyl

Antitrust Remedies for Labor Market Power - Suresh Naidu, Eric A. Posner, E. Glen Weyl

Horizontal Shareholding and Antitrust Policy - Fiona Scott Morton, Herbert Hovenkamp

Productivity and Misallocation in General Equilibrium - David Rezza Baqaee, Emmanuel Farhi

Anticompetitive Effects of Common Ownership - José Azar, Martin C. Schmalz, Isabel Tecu

Chapter 4 of Radical Markets - Eric A. Posner, E. Glen Weyl