Market Power Paroxysm and the Antitrust Paradigm. 1. Market Power in an Era of
Antitrust. 2. ‘The Faltering Political Consensus Supporting Antitrust. 3.
Preventing the Political Misuse of Antitrust. 4. Recalibrating Error Costs and
Presumptions. 5. Erroneous Arguments against Enforcement. II. Antitrust Rules
and the Information Economy. 6. Inferring Agreement and Algorithmic
Coordination. 7. Exclusionary Conduct by Dominant Platforms. 8. Threats to
Innovation from Lessened Competition. 9. Harms to Suppliers, Workers, and
Platform Users. III. Looking Forward. 10. Restoring a Competitive Economy