9780511777745 (ebook) 9780521516419 (hardback) 9780521736244 (paperback)
Cambridge antitrust and competition law series.
This thorough appraisal of competition law and policy from an international and comparative perspective covers the role of different international organisations active in the area, the significance of multinational enterprises and, in particular, the differences between US and EU systems. Taking examples from regions such as Africa, the Middle East and Asia, Maher M. Dabbah looks at the law and policy in developing countries and at a regional level, the internationalisation of competition law and the doctrines of extraterritoriality, bilateral cooperation and multilateral cooperation as well as the relationship between competition and trade policy. The book should prove useful to anyone who is interested in gaining an insight into the international dimension of competition law and policy. It is written in a language and style which make such a complex topic both possible to understand and enjoyable.
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Formatted Contents Note
Introduction Internationalisation of competition law : concepts, ideas, options and players Involvement of international bodies and organisations in the field of competition law and policy EU competition law regime US competition law regime Competition law and policy in developing countries Regional competition law and policy Unilateral option : extraterritorial assertion of jurisdiction Bilateral option : cooperation between competition authorities Multilateral option : cooperation through binding and non-binding commitments Competition and trade policy.