Larry White's "Rethinking Antitrust," published in the Milken Institute Review

February 1, 2021

Antitrust policy in the U.S. has recently gained an unusual amount of media attention. There are critics who have argued that a major overhaul of antitrust policy is needed. This paper argues that instead there are some important but more modest changes that could go a long way toward significantly strengthening the role that antitrust can play in keeping the U.S. economy competitive, vibrant, and innovative.

Larry White is the Robert Kavesh Professor of Economics at NYU Stern.
Read the full paper here.