Selling Antitrust

Herbert Hovenkamp Volume 73, Issue 6, 1621-1636 Antitrust enforcers and its other defenders have never done a good job of selling their field to the public. That is not entirely their fault. Antitrust is inherently technical, and a less engaging discipline to most...

Prosocial Antitrust

Amelia Miazad Volume 73, Issue 6, 1637-1696 Antitrust law is at the center of today’s public debate. It has even emerged as a rare unifying force, with bipartisan promises to combat the concentration of economic power. Meanwhile, the business community is grappling...

Stockholder Politics

Roberto Tallarita Volume 73, Issue 6, 1697-1760 In the past few years, there has been a dramatic increase in shareholder support for proposals on political, environmental, ethical, and social issues, from climate change and employee diversity to animal welfare and...

The Extraction Industry in Latin America and the Protection of Indigenous Land and Natural Resource Rights: From Consultation Toward Free, Prior, and Informed Consent

Kylah Staley Volume 73, Issue 4, 1145-1172 Resource extraction and exploitation threaten the survival of Indigenous and tribal peoples, who are amongst the most marginalized communities in the world. This is both a human rights issue and an environmental issue. There...