Dirk Auer

International Center for Law & Economics (Portland)
Professor

Dirk Auer is a Senior Fellow at the International Center for Law & Economics. His work focuses on the law and economics of antitrust, with an emphasis on innovation policy, digital markets and European competition law. Dirk is also an adjunct professor at UCLouvain, where he teaches an introduction to American law course, and at ULiege, where he teaches a courses concerning the economics of competition law.

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International Center for Law & Economics (Portland)
International Center for Law & Economics (Portland)
International Center for Law & Economics (Portland)
International Center for Law & Economics (Portland)
International Center for Law & Economics (Portland)

Articles

457 Bulletin

927 Review

Dirk Auer, Geoffrey Manne The error costs of loyalty discounts

927

Prosecuting loyalty rebates—and other price-related antitrust behavior—entails significant pitfalls for antitrust policymakers. Low prices are one of the key benefits antitrust law seeks to promote. And yet, when it comes to low prices, anticompetitive strategy is almost indistinguishable from (...)

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