4 edition of Anti-competitive State Measures in the European Community (Essays in Business Law) found in the catalog.
Anti-competitive State Measures in the European Community (Essays in Business Law)
Ulla Boegh Henriksen
by Copenhagen Business School Press
Written in English
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A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE TREATMENT OF DOMINANT FIRMS IN COMPETITION LAW - A COMPARATIVE STUDY by PHUMUDZO S. MUNYAI submitted in accordance with the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Laws at the University of South . Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.
6 From to , the EU was best described using this pillar structure, though the Treaties of Amsterdam5 and Nice6 made Pillars II and III increasingly supranational.7 However, the Treaty of Lisbon, which came into force on 1 December , replaced the pillar structure with an institutionalFile Size: KB. In this paper we relate anti-competitive regulatory policies and firm-level productivity growth in downstream sectors in 10 European countries, focusing on ways in which ill- designed regulations can harm productivity and not on the potential benefits of appropriate regulations.
Being “anti-competitive” is the objective of companies operating in a free market. All that so-called competition law can do in such a market sector is to drag down the successful, and support. Azar, Schmalz, and Tecu(forthcoming) (AST) provides empirical evidence for anti-competitive e ects of common ownership. While such anti-competitive e ects have long been acknowledged as a theoretical possibility, this paper was the rst to systematically measure common ownership at the market level in the US airlines industry. Speci cally, AST showAuthor: José Azar, José Azar, Martin C. Schmalz, Isabel Tecu.
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Anti-competitive state measures in the European Community: an analysis of decisions of the European Court of Justice. Get this from a library. State measures distorting free competition in the EC: a study of the need for a new Community policy towards anti-competitive State measures.
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anti-competitive conduct, with the objective of promoting economic efficiency and consumer welfare, and shall take appropriate action with respect to such conduct. For the purposes of this Section, a subsidy is a measure which fulfils the conditions set out in Article of the SCM Agreement irrespective of whether it is granted to an.
The European Commission has broad powers to approve State aid. But if aid has not been notified then repayment of the aid may be secured through the UK courts. Anti-competitiveconductbyState bodies State bodies engaged in commercial activities (such as a local authority acting as a landlord) are subject to the same rules as private enterprises.
Book Description Antitrust is fast becoming a ’trending topic’, with over countries having already adopted some form of competition legislation.
This volume brings together carefully selected articles which reflect the evolution and progression of the regulation of joint conduct under competition law on both sides of the Atlantic, and. EN EN EUROPEAN COMMISSION Brussels, C() final COMMISSION DECISION of ON STATE AID SA - /C (ex /NN54) implemented by Belgium Public financing of Brussels public IRIS hospitals (Text with EEA relevance) File Size: KB.
European antitrust policy is developed from two central rules set out in the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union: First, Article of the Treaty prohibits agreements between two or more independent market operators which restrict competition.
This provision covers both horizontal agreements (between actual or potential competitors. Anti-competitive practices are sometimes known as restrictive practices. They are methods used by firms in a market to restrict the competition.
The main motive for these practices is to increase prices so the firms can benefit from higher sales revenue. The provision applicable to cartels and anti-competitive agreements in the US is Section 1 of the Sherman Act, which prohibits ‘[e]very contract, combination in the.
European competition law is the competition law in use within the European Union. It promotes the maintenance of competition within the European Single Market by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies to ensure that they do not create cartels and monopolies that would damage the interests of society.
Seminal book on the foundations to European state aid, subsidies and competition. Sets the rules and guidelines, economic logic of the EU’s current competition and state aid laws.
Draws heavily upon micro-economics, decision theory, applied economics and industrial economics. Several s: 1. The notion ‘competition state’ was coined by Philip G. Cerny in connection with his analysis of how ‘forms of state economic intervention – or, in its broader form, the economic and social activities of the state ) – [were changing] in the attempt to respond to, and to shape and control, growing international economic interpenetra.
Therefore, under the de minimis principle, even the most blatantly obvious anti-competitive clauses would not render the agreement void under Article 81(1). In Centrafarm BV v Sterling Drug Inc , it was held that when a member state attempts to exercise its national intellectual property rights as well as sell its product outside the state, it would be incompatible with the law of market integration.
Database of competition cases dealt with by the European Commission (antitrust, cartels, mergers, State aid, liberalisation). powers to investigate anti-competitive practices affecting trade between members of the European Community or in some cases the European Economic Area Sectoral regulation and ‘concurrency’.
EUROPEAN COMMISSION DECISIONS ON ANTI-COMPETITIVE BEHAVIOR 1. Introduction The task of ensuring that there is free competition in the European Union (EU) has been entrusted to the European Commission by the Member States. Hence, the Commission, and more precisely. Anti-competitive practices are business, government or religious practices that prevent or reduce competition in a market (see restraint of trade).The debate about the morality of certain business practices termed as being anti-competitive has continued both in the study of the history of economics and in the popular culture.
Jones, Alison and Kovacic, William E., Identifying Anticompetitive Agreements in the United States and the European Union: Developing a Coherent Antitrust Analytical Framework (Febru ).
Antitrust Bulletin, Forthcoming; TLI Think!Cited by: 3. Preventing anti-competitive practices The Company has in place a number of measures to prevent, detect and prohibit anti-competitive practices, including the engagement of external experts.
The Company will regularly, where relevant, identify employees or officers of the Company who are in positions where competition law is pertinent.
Employees andFile Size: KB. ANTITRUST ECONOMICS READING LIST * Indicates required reading Required and Recommended Textbooks: * Carlton, Dennis W. & Jeffrey M. Perloff, MODERN INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION (Addison-Wesley, 4th ed. ). Motta, Massimo, COMPETITION POLICY: THEORY AND PRACTICE (Cambridge University Press, ) Mankiw, Gregory N., PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS .The module describes the three core regulations pertinent to European competition law, including article and TFEU, as well as the European Merger Regulation.
It considers how particular agreements or behaviour is anti-competitive and the four main aspects when establishing a .Canada, the European Union and the United States.
An overarching law, the Competition Act, prohibits anti-competitive behaviour such as price-fixing and collusion between competitors, and the abuse of dominance.
The Act also provides for a merger control regime in terms of which the prior approval of the competition authorities must be obtained for.