IN RECENT YEARS, GROWING ECONOMIC INEQUALITY and anxieties about market power, monopolization, and other such concerns have rejuvenated competition and antitrust law and policy. It is well known that antitrust enhances competition by addressing issues of monopolization, price-fixing arrangements, and cartels, among other anticompetitive practices in markets. This allows dynamic competition to flourish in markets and ensures that consumers are provided with competitive prices and product choices. Although the negative impacts of market concentration are frequently recognized in the context of product markets, its impact on labour markets and the workers therein have largely been unexplored until recently. Professor Eric A. Posner’s How Antitrust Failed Workers attempts to fill this gap in the scholarship.
Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License.
Robles, Maria Arabella M..
"How Antitrust Failed Workers by Eric A. Posner."
Osgoode Hall Law Journal