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Vol. 85, No. 6 (Posted 2003-11-01)

Banking Antitrust: Are the Assumptions Still Valid?

by R. Alton Gilbert and Adam M. Zaretsky

Out with the old? Economists Alton Gilbert and Adam Zaretsky find that, even though regulatory changes in the 1990s changed the landscape of banking competition, most of the current evidence confirms that the old assumptions of antitrust analysis are still valid.

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