Competition: Tough Weed or Delicate Flower?

Louis Rouanet reviews Thomas Philippon’s The Great Reversal.

When we remember the many margins on which competition occurs, we’re inclined to think of competition as a “tough weed,” rather than a “delicate flower.” In addition to taking on highly sophisticated economic thinkers like Philippon, Louis’ review should also be seen as a provocative challenge to the rising Neo-Brandeisians.

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