Duquesne Law Review


The often criticized price discrimination control laws are examined in this article. The author considers a number of economic analyses of price discrimination in its various forms. He compares the response of the Congress of the United States-the Robinson-Patman Act-with price discrimination control laws of other countries. He concludes the article with the presentation of an example that appears to have benefitted from the experience of many nations in their attempts to limit price discrimination.

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