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In antitrust enforcement as in cost-benefit analysis, neoclassical economics may be interpreted as arguing for the use of a "total welfare" standard whose implementation treats transfers as welfare-neutral. Several recent papers call for antitrust agencies to move in the direction of t his version of a total welfare standard for enforcement.doi:10.2139/ssrn.996643 fatcat:52wyzfhguvhmvocwyfevj5cnwa