Titel: Competition Policies in Europe Ceacontributions to Economic Analysis Volume 239
Autor/en: Stephen Martin, Centre for Industrial Economics
52:B&W 6. 14 x 9. 21in or 234 x 156mm (Royal 8vo) Case Laminate on White w/Gloss Lam.
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
12. Mai 1998 - gebunden - 440 Seiten
This volume contains chapters by different authors describing the development of competition policy in 10 European Union Member States, as well as the interaction of those policies with EU competition policy. The convergence of Member State competition policy to the EU approach is put in evidence, as is the influence of Member State practice on EU competition policy. The chapters are rich in institutional detail, but also analyze the functioning of competition policy from an economic point of view.
Introduction (S. Martin). Netherlands Cartel Policy ( W. Asbeek Brusse, R. Griffiths). German Cartel Policy (M. Neumann). The Evolution of UK Cartel Policy (G. Symeonidis). The Danish Competition Act (S. Albaek, P. Mollgaard and P. Baltzer Overgaard). Publicity vs. Prohibition & Punishment (S. Martin). Vertical Restraints: German Antitrust (U. Kamecke). Vertical Restraints (P. Seabright). Competition Policy in Belgium (L. Sleuwaegen, P. Van Cayseele). French Competition Policy (S. Mohand Souam). Irish Competition Policy (F. Barry, F. O'Toole). EC & Italian Competition Policy (F. Gobbo, M. Ferraro). Competition Policy in Europe (P.P. Barros, J. Mata). Privatization: Italian Energy (P. Valbonesi). Spanish Para-pharmaceuticals (A. Garcia, N. Georgantzis and M.V. Petit). Impact of Community Competition Law (L.L. Laudati). Contributors. Index.
The reader can considerably increase his/her knowledge in European competition policy. ...Anyone who wants to collect evidence, ideas or case studies for writing a survey, giving a lecture or who wants to learn about the history of competition policy will benefit from reading the book. (Paul Seabright's chapter on vertical restraints is outstanding). Researchers who want a quick overview benefit most from reading the introduction, the chapter on vertical restraints, the last chapter and the country he/she is most interested in. Journal of Economics ...Anyone who wants to collect evidence, ideas, or case studies for writing a survey, giving a lecture or who wants to learn about the history of competition policy will benefit from reading the book. Journal of Economics / Zeitschrift fur Nationalokonomie