In her world of research on elder care, Dickinson Law Professor Katherine C. Person has a growing concern about concentration of power in the related markets of housing, long-term care, and health care for seniors. The trend impacts price, quality, choice, and access to care for struggling U.S. families and therefore she chose to review an important new book, Antitrust: Taking on Monopoly Power from the Gilded Age to the Digital Age, in which Senator Amy Klobuchar advocates for a new age of “pro-competition” policies.
Katherine C. Pearson,
Promoting Competition: Klobuchar’s Call to Rethink the Antitrust Law Paradox,
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