Professor Gal, who teaches at the University of Haifa, has produced a delightfully clear and remarkably sensible book devoted to the problems of formulating competition policy, or antitrust law, in such small economies as Israel. Appreciating her contribution requires some background, which I will sketch out before describing the book in greater detail. Also, because Professor Gal has chosen to apply herself in this book to a problem of sharply limited scope, I will attempt to generalize some of her insights.
Bruce M. Owen,
Yale J. on Reg.
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