Journal Articles, Book Chapters, and Encyclopedia Entries
Competition Policy and Price Fixing. (Princeton University Press, 2013). [Amazon (purchase)]
Antitrust Analysis. (with Phillip Areeda & Aaron Edlin) (6th ed.; Aspen Publishers, 2004). [Amazon (purchase)]
Direct versus Communications-Based Prohibitions on Price Fixing, Journal of Legal Analysis, vol. 3, 449-538 (2011). [WWW]
On the Choice of Welfare Standards in Competition Law, in Goals of Competition Law (Zimmer, ed., Edward Elgar, forthcoming 2012). [Olin Center WP]
Market Definition and the Merger Guidelines, Review of Industrial Organization, vol. 39, 107-125 (2011). [Olin Center WP]
On the Meaning of Horizontal Agreements in Competition Law, California Law Review, vol. 99, 683-818 (2011). [WWW]
Market Share Thresholds: On the Conflation of Empirical Assessments and Legal Policy Judgments, Journal of Competition Law & Economics, vol. 7, 243–276 (2011). [Olin Center WP]
An Economic Approach to Price Fixing, Antitrust Law Journal, vol. 77, 343-449 (2011). [Antitrust Law Journal]
Why (Ever) Define Markets?, Harvard Law Review, vol. 124, 437-517 (2010). [Harvard Law Review]
Comment on Antitrust Issues in the Licensing of Intellectual Property. Brookings Papers on Economic Activity: Microeconomics, pp. 337-344 (1997). [Olin Center WP - A Note on Antitrust Issues in the Licensing of Intellectual Property]
Concentration in the Israeli Economy and Bank Investment in Nonfinancial Companies (with Lucian Bebchuk and Jesse Fried), The Economic Quarterly, vol. 42, 643-70 (1996) (in Hebrew). John M. Olin Center for Law, Economics, and Business (Harvard Law School) Discussion Paper No. 209 (January 1997) (in English).
Antitrust, Law & Economics, and the Courts, Law and Contemporary Problems, vol. 50, 181-216 (1987).
Extension of Monopoly Power Through Leverage, Columbia Law Review, vol. 85, 515-556 (1985).
The Patent-Antitrust Intersection: A Reappraisal, Harvard Law Review, vol. 97, 1813-1892 (1984).
The Accuracy of Traditional Market Power Analysis and A Direct Adjustment Alternative, Harvard Law Review, vol. 95, 1817-1848 (1982).