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writing multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.The case I chose to write is:Palmer v. BRG of Georgia, Inc. (1990)Writing instruction:Your project must effectively communicate the following information:Who the plaintiff(s) and defendant(s) areAny necessary background on the case (relevant info about the product/service, type of market, etc)What are the arguments on each sideWhat is the defendant accused of? What is their defense?What is the plaintiff’s injury?What is the market definition? Did the two sides have differing market definitions?How did the case end?Was there a settlement? Was there a judicial ruling?Did the case result in any precedents being set?Finally, relate the case to what we’ve discussed in class.Did the result/ruling align with economic theory?What effect (if any) does the result have on economic efficiency (I.e. social welfare)?Does this result affect prices/output in the relevant market? Other markets?Your grade depends on how effectively you communicate the above information. You are highly encouraged to use any combination of figures, tables, graphs, and quotes to help but you are not required to.Note these instructions are centered around court cases, however, if you choose to do a project about a topic (e.g. recent mergers), the general idea behind these directions still apply. Be sure to discuss the relevant background, the firms/people/markets relevant to the topic, what anticompetitive conduct is being analyzed (if it’s a merger, analyze the market power implications, if it’s a pricing policy, such as surge pricing, discuss how that relates to discriminatory pricing), what anticompetitive effects there are, and, finally, relate the topic to what the economic theory says (is this inefficient? is there likely deadweight loss?)FORMATTINGOPTION #1: PAPERMust be written completely in your own words.At least 500 words (not including tables, figures, and references)Formatting = Double-spaced, 12pt, Times New Roman fontCase Study Rubric (papers only)Case Study Rubric (papers only)CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFollowed InstructionsMet the 500 word count. Formatted correctly. Turned in on-time.3 ptsFollowed instructions correctly.1 ptsDidn’t meet word-count but turned in on time.0 ptsDidn’t turn in on time.3 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeBackground InformationWho are the plaintiffs, defendants, injured parties? Relevant information about the product, the industry, the specific market in question.5 to >4.0 ptsFull Marks4 to >0.0 ptsCould use more details.0 ptsNo background information5 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAntitrust Violation/InjuryWhat type of antitrust violation is the defendant accused of?Full points requires an explanation of the alleged violation and injury suffered.4 to >3.0 ptsFull Marks3 to >0.0 ptsMissing information0 ptsNo mention/explanation of antitrust violation.4 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeArguments and Market DefinitionWhat were each sides arguments? Was there contention over the relevant market definition? What was the relevant market definition?Specific arguments made by each side and any important retorts/responses is required. (For example, in the Microsoft case, the defense argued that the tech industry differed too much from the traditional markets that the Sherman Act was based off of)6 to >5.0 ptsFull Marks5 to >0.0 ptsCould use more details.0 ptsNo mention of market definition or arguments made by each side6 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOutcome/ResultsInclude the final ruling. Were any specific aspects important in the decision (market definition, etc.)? Did this case lead to any specific precedents being set? Did the judge cite any previous precedents in making this ruling? Did this have any impact on the relevant industry/market?3 ptsFull Marks2 ptsCould use more details.1 ptsOnly mentions the ruling and nothing else.0 ptsNo mention of outcome3 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEconomic Analysis and Relation to CourseRelated the case to course topics and discussed efficiency effects of the case. Mention of whether the ruling aligns with economic theory or not (I.e. an RPM case that used per se ruling when economic theory suggests rule of reason should be used). Talked about potential impacts on consumer welfare or competition.6 to >5.0 ptsFull Marks5 to >0.0 ptsCould use more details.0 ptsNo mention of economic efficiency or course material.6 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting ClarityOverall quality of writing. Were there frequent grammatical mistakes? Was the information clearly communicated?3 ptsFull Marks2 ptsPartial Credit1 ptsLacks clarity.0 ptsVery disorganized.3 ptsTotal Points: 30

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