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Competition policy in Europe

Competition policy in Europe

the competition rules for supply and distribution agreements

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Published by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities in Luxembourg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Competition -- Government policy -- Europe,
  • Industrial policy -- Europe

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEuropean Commission
    ContributionsEuropean Commission
    The Physical Object
    Pagination29 p. :
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15366530M
    ISBN 10928943905X

      John Fingleton INTRODUCTION In looking at competition policy and competitiveness in Europe, the Irish experience is relevant in two key ways. Firstly, with enlargement, the European Union now has a number of smaller Member States (including Portugal), who as small, open economies face very similar issues, both within Europe and globally Author: John Fingleton. Historically, most countries with a significant book industry have known an FBPA since the 19th century. The development of competition policy in the s led to a wave of repeals of those agreements (Australia , Sweden , UK ) at a time when any form of resale price maintenance was seen with much suspicion. Conversely, other countries (Spain , Greece , Italy ) enacted.

    Competition policy and intellectual property rights in the information and communications technology sector: Policy implications and options for ASEAN. Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, Vol. Cited by: 7. Description A volume that takes stock and looks ahead on the development and implementation of competition policy in the European Union fifty years after the Treaty of Rome. Competition policy has emerged as a key policy in the EU with competition acting as the driving force for economic efficiency and the welfare of citizens.

    This book examines the domestic and international dimensions of European Union (EU) competition policy, particularly mergers, anti-competitive practices and state aids. The authors argue that important changes in EU competition policy are having profound effects on the global political economy, and these changes are best understood as European. This chapter explores the role played by competition policy in the development of an increasingly competitive communications industry in Europe. European Union competition policy has played a strong and direct role in the liberalisation of telecommunications markets in the European Union.


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European competition policy is now at a tuming turning point in its history. In Mayten countries will join a new European Union composed of twenty-five Member States and million people.

This massive accession to the EU is of paramount importance to the European integration and will deeply impact on European competition policy. European Competition Law Review Book Description This book offers a complete, rigorous, and accessible treatment of antitrust (or competition policy) issues, and it is enriched by frequent references to antitrust cases and a few fully developed case by:   Competition Policy in Europe and North America.

DOI link for Competition Policy in Europe and North America. Competition Policy in Europe and North America book. Competition Policy in Europe and North America book.

Economic Issues and Institutions. By George W. Comanor, K. Jacquemin, A. Jenny, F. Kantzenbach, E. Ordover, L. Waverman Cited by: This open access book discusses competition policy in emerging economies, with a focus on South Eastern Europe.

It addresses two major issues: The design of competition policy and the national competition authorities that enforce it, and the use of economic methods in competition.

Competition Policy European and International Trends and Practices. Authors: Walsh, A.E., Paxton, John Free Preview.

Less research has been made on the role of government policy in promoting FDI. This book, based on a report for the OECD Development Centre, examines the rising competition between European governments to attract mobile investment projects and its impact on the use of different policy areas to influence FDI decisions.

This book examines the implementation of competition policy during the s in Hungary, Poland, and the Czech and Slovak Republics. It looks at the economic predicament of countries in transition. Book Description.

In the European Union (EU), competition policy occupies a central place amongst other EU public policies and is the first truly supranational public policy regulating market competition.

One of the stated objectives of EU competition policy is to prevent excessive concentration of economic power in the hands of a few. Books reviewed in this article: G. Amato, Antitrust and the Bounds of Power: The Dilemma of Liberal Democracy in the History of the Market S.

Anderman, EC Competition Law and Intellectual Property Rights: Regulating Innovation M. Cini and L. McGowan, Competition Policy in the European Union European Competition Law Annual,The Objectives of Competition PolicyAuthor: Jo Shaw.

"European Competition Policy and Globalization" is a scholarly book that is too specialized for classroom use. I published a textbook in titled "The Business Environment of Europe" which I use in IB There is growing consensus among international trade negotiators and policymakers that a prime area for future multilateral discussion is competition policy.

Competition policy includes antitrust policy (including merger regulation and control) but is often extended to include international trade measures and other policies that affect the structure, conduct, and performance of individual industries.

and economics to specific policy issues. In Europe, it is a major contributor to the development of the single market and to economic and monetary union. Many views have been expressed recently, both from within the European Union and from outside, as to whether European competition policy, and its operation, is working well and what.

acquis upon accession. This leads me to a general remark on the role of competition policy. I believe effective competi- tion enforcement is an essential part of a func- tioning market economy, and it clearly plays a cen- tral role in the internal market of the European Size: KB.

Competition restrictions hindering the development of digital book publishing initiatives should also be prevented. In the eBooks case the Commission investigated Apple and some major international e-book publishers, since it suspected that these companies may have contrived to limit retail price competition for e-books in the European Economic.

This is the first book to provide a systematic treatment of the economics of antitrust (or competition policy) in a global context. It draws on the literature of industrial organisation and on original analyses to deal with such important issues as cartels, joint-ventures, mergers, vertical contracts, predatory pricing, Cited by:   This book, first published inis primarily concerned with the economic policies of the European Economic Community and the European Coal and Steel Community.

It explains in detail how the common market was established and how it was by: 4. flipBook - European Commission.

John Kwoka is one of our leading scholars in antitrust policy and industrial organization economics. His earlier book “Mergers, Merger Control, and Remedies,” described empirical evidence that merger control has lost its edge and that many studied mergers have harmed competition.

Get this from a library. Competition policy in Europe: the competition rules for supply and distribution agreements. [European Commission.;]. Competition policy in Europe and the citizen. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities ; Lanham, Md.: Bernan Associates [distributor], (OCoLC).

Competition policy in Europe Main areas of competition policy 3. Outline Competition policy in the US Competition policy in Europe \Competition and Monopoly: Single-Firm Conduct Under Section 2 of the Sherman Act." Provide greater clarity by summarizing DOJ’s views (stress on rm.Competition policy brief on Interchange Fees Regulation, 8 June Competition policy brief on Market definition, 16 March Competition merger brief Issue /1, 3 March Competition State aid Brief on State aid to European banks, 11 February Competition Policy Brief on the Damages Directive, 13 January The Orders and Rules of British Horseracing in Bruce Lyons (ed.), Cases in European Competition Policy, Cambridge University Press, Chapter 8.

Lyons, B - An Economic Assessment of EC Merger Control: in Xavier Vives (ed), Competition Policy in the EU: Fifty Years on from the Treaty of Rome, Oxford University Press, September