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Hart studies in competition law ; volume 26.
"What constitutes a fair procedure when it comes to EU competition law? This innovative book seeks to understand the philosophical considerations at the core of conflicting procedural fairness arguments in EU competition law practice. The author argues for a conceptualisation of procedural fairness as a distributional issue that can be solved by a practical fairness theory and a comprehensive methodology. To illustrate the usefulness of the conceptualisation, three procedural fairness problems from recent EU competition law practice are analysed: - the KME-Chalkor cases; - the Groupe Gascogne case; - the regulatory question about using collective redress mechanism for private enforcement of EU competition law. This unique approach provides a robust philosophical and methodological foundation for arguing about a wide range of procedural fairness dilemmas. The book is a must-read for academics and practitioners seeking an imaginative perspective on the philosophical foundations of arguments about procedural fairness in EU competition law and beyond"-- Provided by publisher.
Based on the author's thesis (doctoral - European University Institute, 2017) issued under title: A quantitative quest for philosophical fairness in EU's competition procedure,
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
The problem of procedural fairness The essence of a procedure The structure and function of EU competition procedures Ethics for procedural architects The Model of fair rules Analysis of three fairness dilemmas An argument for a data-based democracy.
KJE6456 .H379 2020
Available in Other Form
Online version: Haukur Logi Karlsson, 1979- Conceptualising procedural fairness in EU competition law. Oxford, UK ; New York, NY : Hart, 2020