Antitrust Regulation of Land Use: Federalism's Triumph over Competition, The Last Fifty Years
Washington University Journal of Law & Policy
This Essay analyzes antitrust regulation of land use during the last fifty years, the time period Dan Mandelker played such a leading role. It is a story of how federalism as a judicial doctrine achieved ascendance over the marketplace model of competition in the field of land use regulation.
E. Thomas Sullivan,
Antitrust Regulation of Land Use: Federalism's Triumph over Competition, The Last Fifty Years,
Wash. U. J. L. & Pol’y