The Federal Trade Commission: A Guide to Sources

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Psychology Press, 2000 - Business & Economics - 517 pages
This annotated bibliography assists the reader in locating information about the United States Federal Trade Commission. The book is divided into four chapters, each reflecting the major functions and regulatory responsibilities of the FTC.
 

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Contents

Antitrust Law Compliance
149
Administrative Law and Procedure
271
Trade Regulation and Rulemaking Authority
317
History of the FTC
375
Regional Offices
403
Internet Resources
421
Name Index
485
Case Index
499
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Robert V. Larabee is the head of The Von KleinSmid Applied Social Sciences Library at the University of Southern California.

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