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Dominick Armentano

Works Published inQuarterly Journal of Austrian Economics

Dominick T. Armentano is professor emeritus in economics at the University of Hartford in Connecticut and an adjunct scholar of the Mises Institute.

Antitrust: The Case for Repeal

BooksJanuary 1, 1986
This 100-page tour de force rips the intellectual cover off antitrust regulation to reveal it for what it is: a bludgeon used by businesses against their competitors.

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Antitrust Myths: Speak Truth to Power

Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
The author explores during a lecture that all antitrust regulation is economically inefficient and morally wrong and all of it—the laws and the enforcement agencies—should be thrown out...

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qjae16_1_1.pdf

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Winners, Losers, and Microsoft: Competition and Antitrust in High Technology by Stan J. Liebowitz and Stephen E. Margolis

Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
The resourceful antitrust community has simply gone ahead and reinvented itself by developing several new theories and an entirely new approach to evidence.

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qjae2_3_4.pdf

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The Anatomy of Antitrust: An Interview with Dominick T. Armentano

Austrian Economics Newsletter
Volume 18, Number 3 (Fall 1998) An Interview With Dominick T. Armentano Dominick T. Armentano is professor emeritus at the University of Hartford, an adjunct scholar of the Mises Institute, a member of the editorial board of the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics , and author of Antitrust and...

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Myths of Anti-trust: Speak Truth to Power

Audio/VideoOctober 8, 2014
The Ludwig von Mises Memorial Lecture sponsored by Dr. Don Printz, presented at the Austrian Economics Research Conference. Recorded 22 March 2013 at the Ludwig von Mises Institute. Includes an introduction by Joseph T. Salerno.

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In Praise of TV's Pawn Stars

Mises DailyJanuary 2, 2013
History Channel's Pawn Stars is a capitalistic feast for the free market junkie...

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