9781315199733 (e-book) 1315199734 1351776959 9781351776950 1138708461 9781138708464
"This book was published in 2003. Competition/anti-trust law, as a separate body of law, is very much a creation of the 20th century and grew only in maturity in the latter half of that century. As developments in US anti-trust law have had, and continue to have, an important influence on the development of competition law in Europe and worldwide, articles have been selected for this collection from both sides of the Atlantic. The volume focuses on the following aspects: the objectives and nature of competition law, the scope of competition law, selected legal concepts and challenges in competition law, and the global application of competition law."--Provided by publisher.
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Part, PART I THE OBJECTIVES AND NATURE OF COMPETITION LAW chapter 1 The Concept(s) of Competition chapter 2 The American (Anti-Trust) Revolution: Lessons for the EEC? chapter The Economic Concerns of Competition Law chapter The Political Concerns of Competition Law chapter The Extraterritoriality Application of Competition Law part, PART II THE SCOPE OF COMPETITION LAW chapter Vertical Restraints chapter Public Undertakings and State Aids part, PART III SELECTED LEGAL CONCEPTS AND CHALLENGES IN COMPETITION LAW chapter The Rule of Reason and Per Se Rules chapter Dominance, Concerted Practices and Joint Dominance chapter Essential Facilities Doctrine chapter Abuse chapter Efficiency Defence in Mergers part, PART IV COMPETITION LAW AND THE GLOBAL ECONOMY chapter 21 The Dilemma of Regulating International Competition under the WTO System chapter 22 Neo-Realism and the International Harmonization of Law: Lessons from Antitrust.
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