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The immediate consumers of these inputs, and the ones most frequently quizzed about the merger's likely impact, are not themselves final consumers.
The issue is not a new one. This may be because the products of the merging firms are branded and contracting costs are substantial.
In the former case, at least the beneficiaries whose gains outweigh the harm to be suffered by individuals within a specific line of commerce or relevant market are by definition outside that line of commerce.
Barnett states explicitly that "The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.
We hardly have a situation where market participants, relying on the consumer welfare precedent, have made significant sunk investments based on the assumption that a consumer welfare standard would continue to be used on into the future.
The Pennington Case in Perspective", 82 Q. And yet, even here the case for a consumer welfare standard is less than clear-cut.
The negative externality in these cases is felt not by consumers, but by incumbent producers. The Free Press, Numerous economic studies have documented the substantial costs of having regulators determine when entry ought to be permitted [CITES].
Economic historians led by Price Fishback have examined the impact of New Deal spending on improving health conditions in the largest cities, — Roller et al op. If a merger makes it easier for them to price discriminate, this may leave consumers worse off though it may also leave them better off.
Some serious antitrust scholars, including Richard Posner and Robert Bork, have concluded that explicit case-by-case consideration of merger-specific efficiencies, and by implication the use of an "efficiencies defense," is simply too difficult to conduct in practice and should therefore not be a formal part of merger analysis and litigation.
In such cases, potential entrants will find that the costs of entering will be partly covered by revenues on business that the entrant "steals" from incumbents.
Unless the exercise in monopsony power is offsetting pre-existing market power on the selling side, these benefits to the merged firm will likely result in lower output, and will in any event result in inefficient production of pre-merger levels of output. From poor law to welfare state: Moreover, there seems good reason to value the welfare of those who produce what we consume as highly as those who do the consuming.
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For example, in a recent article, the then-Deputy Assistant Attorney General, and currently Assistant Attorney General of the United States Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice stated, "Today, most would agree that proper enforcement of the antitrust laws focuses on consumer welfare.".
In addition to government expenditures, private welfare spending, i.e. social insurance programs provided to workers by employers, in the United States is estimated to be about 10% of the U.S. GDP or another $ trillion, according to OECD estimates.
What is the spending on Welfare? In governments in the United States spent very little on relief of the poor, including less than percent of GDP on relief and percent of GDP on health care services.
In the early 21st century, governments spend about 2 to 3 percent of GDP on welfare programs. See also Welfare Spending Analysis.An analysis of welfare in society in the united states