UNH Professor Publishes Antitrust Policy Book
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Armando Rodriguez, associate professor in the Department of Economics and Finance, recently co-authored "Limits to Antitrust Competition Policy in Developing Countries (International Competition Law Series)" with co-author Ashok Menon, principal associate at Nathan Associates Inc., an economic consulting firm. Rodriguez says, "Antitrust is a blunt instrument aimed at the wrong problem." The two authors advocate antitrust support and training in many developing economies and serve as antitrust experts on behalf of private parties targeted by antitrust authorities. Drawing on their wide experience, Rodriguez and Menon describe how antitrust competition rules in developing economies curtail innovation and entrepreneurship under what the U.S. Supreme Court has blasted as the "chilling effects of false positives." The book is available for purchase onAmazon.com