Information Introduction

Section 1, Spring 25

Schedule Information

Enrollment: /80
Credits: 4
Days Time Room Start Date End Date






1540-1700 WB101

Course Description

This course provides an introduction to U.S. antitrust law and the economic principles that inform antitrust practice. Topics covered include price fixing and horizontal conspiracies; monopolies, monopolization, and market power; vertical distribution restraints; boycotts; exclusive dealing and tying arrangements; mergers and acquisitions; the application of U.S. antitrust law abroad; and state action and petitioning immunity. Economic analysis plays a central role in this course, but no prior background in economics is required.

Course Requirements

Exam Information

Final Type (if any): Flex

Description: Flex exam at end of semester.

Other Course Details

Prerequisites: None Concurrencies: None

Exclusive With: None

Laptops Allowed: Yes

First Day Attendance Required: No

Course Resources: To be announced.

Graduation Requirements

Satisfies Understanding Bias/Racism/Cross-Cultural Competency requirement: No

Satisfies Writing Requirement: No

Credits For Prof. Skills Requirement: No

Satisfies Professional Ethics: No

Additional Course Information

Schedule No.: 125210045

Modified Type: Lecture

Cross Listed: No

Waitlist Count: 0

Concentrations: Corporate, Business and Transactional , Economics and Social Science

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