LCII Policy Brief 2016/3 – The Antitrust Policy of America’s Next President: Clinton v. Trump

This policy brief offers some insights into the future of US antitrust enforcement by analyzing both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s campaign platforms. It shows that antitrust law is a relatively peripheral issue in both candidates’ programs. At the same time, the evidence identified in this brief suggests that, if elected, Hillary Clinton would pursue a more expansive antitrust policy than Donald Trump.

Author: PhD Candidate Dirk AUER

The Policy Brief is available heredocument-pdf