Comparative Competition Policy (inbunden)
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2020-03-11
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Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
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9781785363580
Comparative Competition Policy (inbunden)

Comparative Competition Policy

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This important research review identifies leading articles covering the breadth of comparative competition law. The review addresses the theories behind competition, the issues surrounding the abuse of dominance or monopolization and the vertical restraints of trade, as well as cartels, non-cartels and mergers along with an insight into practice and procedures. Researchers will find the text, and selected articles, to be an invaluable window into scholarly and professional reflection on this diverse subject.
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'This collection of articles edited by Professor Susan Beth Farmer offers a wide range of specialist comparative studies of EU competition law and US antitrust law. In a world increasingly influenced by the two legal models, this access to an in depth analysis of specific components of almost the entire field of competition policy is a valuable and exceptional addition to the literature.' -- Steven Anderman, Emeritus Professor of Law, University of Essex, UK

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Edited by Susan Beth Farmer, Professor of Law, Affiliate Professor at School of International Affairs and McQuaide Blasko Faculty Scholar, Penn State Law, Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania, US

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Contents: Volume I Acknowledgements viii Introduction: Comparative Competition Policy - an Anthology of Recent Articles Susan Beth Farmer xi PART I COMPETITION THEORY 1. Inara Scott (2016), 'Antitrust and Socially Responsible Collaboration: A Chilling Combination?', American Business Law Journal, 53 (1), Spring, 97-144 2 2. D. Daniel Sokol (2015), 'Tensions between Antitrust and Industrial Policy', George Mason Law Review, 22 (5), 1247-68 50 3. Harry First and Eleanor M. Fox (2015), 'Philadelphia National Bank, Globalization, and the Public Interest', Antitrust Law Journal, 80 (2), 307-51 72 4. Mel Marquis (2015), 'Idea Merchants and Paradigm Peddlers in Global Antitrust', Pacific McGeorge Global Business and Development Law Journal, 28, 155-208 117 5. John Temple Lang (2014), 'After Fifty Years - What is Needed for a Unified European Competition Policy?', 21st St. Gallen International Competition Law Forum ICF, May, 1-54 171 6. Paul Nihoul (2012), 'Freedom of Choice: The Emergence of a Powerful Concept in European Competition Law', Concurrences Review, 3, 55-70 225 7. Abbott B. Lipsky, Jr. (2009), 'Managing Antitrust Compliance through the Continuing Surge in Global Enforcement', Antitrust Law Journal, 75 (3), 965-95 241 8. Susan Beth Farmer (2007), 'Global Competition Implications for Enforcement', in Larry Cata Baker (ed.), Harmonizing Law in an Era of Globalization: Convergence, Divergence, and Resistance, Chapter 9, Durham, NC, USA: Carolina Academic Press, 185-216 272 9. Oliver Budzinski (2008), 'Monoculture versus Diversity in Competition Economics', Cambridge Journal of Economics, 32 (2), March, 295-324 304 10. Spencer Weber Waller (1994), 'Neo-Realism and the International Harmonization of Law: Lessons from Antitrust', Kansas Law Review, 42 (3), Spring, 557-604 334 PART II ABUSE OF DOMINANCE/MONOPOLIZATION 11. Niklas Horstmann, Jan Kramer and Daniel Schnurr (2018), 'Number Effects and Tacit Collusion in Experimental Oligopolies', Journal of Industrial Economics, 66 (3), September, 650-700 383 12. Christian Bergqvist (2017), 'Where Do We Stand on Discounts? - A Danish Perspective', in Where Do We Stand on Discounts? A Nordic Perspective, Chapter 2, Copenhagen, Denmark: Ex Tuto Publishing, 53-113 434 13. Yong Huang, Elizabeth Xiao-Ru Wang and Roger Xin Zhang (2015), 'Essential Facilities Doctrine and Its Application in Intellectual Property Space under China's Anti-Monopoly Law', George Mason Law Review, 22 (5), 1103-26 495 14. Eleanor M. Fox (2014), 'Monopolization and Abuse of Dominance: Why Europe is Different', Antitrust Bulletin, 59 (1), Spring, 129-52 519 15. Michal S. Gal (2013), 'Abuse of Dominance - Exploitative Abuses', in Ioannis Lianos and Damien Geradin (eds), Handbook on European Competition Law: Substantive Aspects, Chapter 9, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 385-422 543 16. David J. Gerber (2010), 'Convergence in the Treatment of Dominant Firm Conduct: The United States, the European Union, and the Institutional Embeddedness of Economics', Antitrust Law Journal, 76 (3), 951-73 581 17. Michal S. Gal and A. Jorge Padilla (2010), 'The Follower Phenomenon: Implications for the Design of Monopolization Rules in a Global Economy', Antitrust Law Journal, 76 (3), 899-928 604 18. Avishalom Tor (2010), 'Unilateral, Anticompetitive Acquisitions of Dominance or Monopoly Power', Antitrust Law Journal, 76 (3), 847-72 634 19. Ariel Ezrachi and David Gilo (2008), 'Are Excessive Prices Really Self-Correcting?', Journal of Competition Law and Economics, 5 (2), 249-68 660 20. A. Neil Campbell and J. William Rowley (2008), 'The Internationalization of Unilateral Conduct Laws - Conflict, Comity, Cooperation and/or Convergence?', Antitrust Law Journal, 75 (2), 267-351 680 21. Michal S. Gal (2007), 'The "Cut and Paste" of Article 82 of the EU Treaty in Israel: Conditions for a Successful Transplant', European Journal of Law Reform, 9 (3), 467-84 765 PART III VERTICAL RES