Stanford, California : Stanford Law Books, an imprint of Stanford University Press, 
viii, 290 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Global competition law and economics.
Formatted Contents Note
Part I. Conceptualizing and re-conceptualizing the interaction between competition law and government activities 1. Privatization and competition policy / Alexander Volokh 2. Toward a bureaucracy-centered theory of the interaction between competition law and state activities / Ioannis Lianos 3. Competition issues and private infrastructure investment through public-private partnerships / R. Richard Geddes Part II. Is there a need for a specific substantive legal framework in domestic and international competition law? 4. State-owned enterprises versus the state : lessons from trade law / Wentong Zheng 5. What drives merger control? : how government sets the rules and play / D. Daniel Sokol 6. Antitrust enforcement and regulation : different standards but incentive coherent? / Alberto Heimler 7. International law and competition policy / Paul B. Stephan 8. The Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act : further limitations on the ability of the antitrust regime to promote consumer welfare / Joseph P. Bauer Part III. Jurisdictional experiences 9. Competition advocacy of the Korean competition authority / Dae-Sik Hong 10. Competition and the state in China / Thomas K. Cheng 11. State aids in European Union competition law / Leigh Hancher and Francesco Salerno 12. Australian experience with competition law : the state as a market actor / Deborah Healey 13. Merger analysis and public transport service contracts / Philippe Gagnepain, Marc Ivaldi, and Chantal Latgé-Roucolle.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 239-278) and index.
K3850 .C647 2014
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