This chapter considers the development of German and European competition law, particularly Ordoliberalism and the Freiburg school of economic thought. It discusses the accounts of Franz Bohm, Walter Eucken, Hans Grossman-Doerty, and other ordoliberals. It looks into Ordoliberalism's policies and uses them as contrast and comparison to the development of English and American ideas concerning competition law. It also investigates some of the past and present ideological differences between antitrust law in Brussels and Washington.
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