This book, the first unbiased investigation of the effects of extraterritorial antitrust on U.S. business abroad, examines the influence of the Sherman Antitrust Act on the market-entry strategy of U.S. multinational corporations and assesses the interaction of public interest and the law.
1. Introduction 2. Background 3. Review of Judicial Precedents 4. The Use of Judicial Precedents 5. Judicial Precedents and the Public 6. Summary and Conclusions