Comparative Competition Law and Economics by Roger J. Van den Bergh
A concise and decisive comparison of EU competition law and US antitrust law from an economic perspective, this is the ideal textbook for international and multidisciplinary courses that combine legal…
Comparative Competition Law and Economics synopsis
A concise and decisive comparison of EU competitionlaw and US antitrust law from an economic perspective, this is the ideal textbook for international and multidisciplinary courses that combine legal and economic approaches. The book provides comprehensive coverage that includes the definition of market power, the use of horizontal and vertical constraints, mergers and unilateral behavior of dominant companies.
It also includes discussion of problems related to the enforcement of legal prohibitions, which will be of particular interest to practitioners and regulatory bodies. With the analysis of leading cases of EU competitionlaw, antitrust law in the United States and in-depth case studies of competition laws in BRIC countries, this book sheds light on basic information and goes further to discuss many issues related to the use of economic analysis.
Key Features: * Uses economic insights to help students understand the context in which competitionlaw rules are applied * Methodically compares EU competitionlaw and US antitrust law, discussing leading issues, in order to understand how basic principles work in practice * Clear presentation , Including funds highlighting key case studies and ensuring easy access to information on competition laws in various BRIC countries * Comparative approach and use of international case studies make this textbook ideal for students in any jurisdiction.
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