Global Issues in Antitrust and Competition Law
This title covers international and comparative issues of antitrust law, economics and policy. It may be used to enrich US antitrust casebooks or as a stand-alone for courses on global antitrust. It addresses all major issues of competition law and global competition policy, including extraterritoriality; global norms; cooperation, convergence and divergence; the state’s role in restraining or facilitating competition; process and procedures; and substantive areas including cartels, horizontal and vertical agreements, abuse of dominance, and mergers. It compares developed and developing jurisdictions. It references numerous jurisdictions including the EU, China, Japan, India, Russia, South Africa, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, and Latin American countries.
"This volume is a majestic survey of an issue whose time has truly come. It will not only be a building block in the enterprise of aligning global markets and national antitrust; it is a veritable world tour of the rules and practices that already propel that world further and map out its future direction."David Lewis, Professor, Gordon Institute of Business Science, Johannesburg, and immediate past Chairperson of the South African Competition Tribunal
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Specifications of Global Issues in Antitrust and Competition Law
|Author||Eleanor Fox, Daniel Crane|
|Publisher||West Academic Publishing|
|Number Of Pages||659|
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