The Agriculture and Food Handbook provides a comprehensive review of the regulatory, antitrust, and consumer protection issues that arise in these industries.
Competition in the complex, diverse industries that make up the agriculture and food arena raises many novel and significant antitrust issues that can have worldwide effects. The Agriculture and Food Handbook provides a comprehensive review of the regulatory, antitrust, and consumer protection issues that arise in these industries.
Our population continues to grow. Globalization continues to present opportunities and challenges in agriculture and food. Climate change will likely require changes in the balance of our food systems. Food and agriculture will continue to be fundamental to our societies, and with it the tenets of competition and consumer protection. Our goal is for this Handbook to aid the pursuit of sharpening our legal and regulatory approach to the evolving issues in antitrust and consumer protection in agriculture and food.
Carmine Zarlenga, Stephen Medlock and Adam Hudes co-authored Chapter 7, Monopolization Issues.
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