The idea for this seminar is to discuss how far one might deploy tools of behavioral economics to antitrust issues. How might antitrust law be affected by the use of these methodologies?
Armstrong and Huck ‘Behavioural Economics and Antitrust’ in Blair and Sokol (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of International Antitrust Economics, Volume 1 (on-line copy available)
Bailey ‘Behavioral Economics and U.S. Antitrust Policy’ (2015) 47 Review of Industrial Organization 355
Bergh, R.J. Van den (2013). Behavioral Antitrust: Not Ready for the Main Stage. Journal of competition law & economics, 9 (1), 203-229
Hacker ‘More Behavioral vs. More Economic Approach: Explaining the Behavioral Divide Between the United States and the European Union’ (2016) 39 Hastings Int’l & Comp. L. Rev. 355 (this paper does not focus on antitrust, but I found the ideas interesting anyhow).
A scholar who has written clearly on behavioural economics is Avishalom Tor.