February 12, 2020

Volume 80 Issue 2

Volume 80 Issue 2


ARTICLES

THE PHILADELPHIA NATIONAL BANK PRESUMPTION: MERGER ANALYSIS IN AN UNPREDICTABLE WORLD
Peter C. Carstensen

PHILADELPHIA NATIONAL BANK, GLOBALIZATION, AND THE PUBLIC INTEREST
Harry First and Eleanor M. Fox

FROM PHILADELPHIA NATIONAL BANK TO TOO BIG TO FAIL: HOW MODERN FINANCIAL MARKETS HAVE OUTRUN ANTITRUST LAW AS A SOURCE OF USEFUL STRUCTURAL REMEDIES
Donald I. Baker

PHILADELPHIA NATIONAL BANK: BAD ECONOMICS, BAD LAW, GOOD RIDDANCE
Douglas H. Ginsburg and Joshua D. Wright

BALANCING EFFECTS ACROSS MARKETS
Daniel A. Crane

ANTITRUST AND FINANCIAL REGULATION IN THE WAKE OF PHILADELPHIA NATIONAL BANK: COMPLEMENTS, NOT SUBSTITUTES
Lawrence J. White