Economic Law and Economic Growth

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Garvey, George E. Economic law and economic growth : antitrust, regulation, and the American growth system / George E. Garvey and Gerald J. Garvey. p. cm.

Economic Law and Economic Growth

Using perspectives from American history, economic theory, and legal analysis, the Garveys take an interdisciplinary approach to U.S. public law and policy--antitrust and regulation--and develop the essential unity of the two major fields based on a clearly written summary of pertinent microeconomic principles. They establish that economic growth has been a primary goal of U.S. public policy throughout the nation's history. A critical survey of neopopulism and neoclassicism, the two major post-war impulses in public economic law, is also provided.

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