xxx, 201 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Studies of the Oxford Institute of European and Comparative Law ; v. 12.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Reform of Article 82 EC : can the law and the economics be reconciled? /James Kavanagh, Neil Marshall, and Gunnar Niels Categorical thinking in competition law and the "effects-based" approach in Article 82 EC /Ioannis Lianos The Commission's guidance on Article 82 EC and the effects based approach : legal and practical challenges /Ariel Ezrachi The evolution of the notion of consumer interest in light of the modernisation of Article 82 EC /Orit Dayagi-Epstein The epithet that dares not speak its name : the essential facilities concept in Article 82 EC and IPRs after the Microsoft case /Steven Anderman The Microsoft case : at the heart of the IP/antitrust intersection /Dan Ecklöf A reformed approach to Article 82 and the special responsibility not to distort competition /Kathryn McMahon Rhetoric or reform : does the law of tying and bundling reflect the economic theory? /Pranvera Këllezi The darker side of the moon : assessment of excessive pricing and proposal for a post-entry price-cut benchmark /Ariel Ezrachi and David Gilo The sanction of voidness under Article 82 EC and its relation to the right to damages /Ulf Bernitz.
KJE6456 .A978 2009
Oxford ; Portland, Or. : Hart Publishing, 2009.