‘Van Horn discusses the legacy of corporate funding for the “Chicago School” of law & economics (Michael Simkovic)’

“Pro-market, a blog at the Stigler Center at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, recently published a retrospective by Robert Van Horn discussing the early financial and intellectual ties between the Chicago school of law and economics and powerful corporate interests, and the controversy such ties engendered. The University of Chicago’s work on anti-trust law is often credited with facilitating a waive of M&A, permissive review, and the rise of large corporations and reduced government efforts to regulate them …” (more)

[Michael Simkovic, Brian Leiter’s Law School Reports, 15 January]

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