„There seems to be a general consensus among informed observers that genuine cases of predation are very rare birds.“

—  William Jack Baumol, William J. Baumol. "Predation and the Logic of the Average Variable Cost Test." Journal of Law and Economics, Vol. XXXIX, April 1996, p. 51.
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