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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Competition law enforcement in the BRICS and in developing countries.
[Cham] : Springer, 
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|Notes:||International conference proceedings.|
|Description:||1 online resource (x, 361 pages) : some illustrations (partly color)|
|Contents:||Introduction.-1 The Institutional Design of Competition Authorities: Debates and Trends.- 2 New Indicators of Competition Law and Policy in 2013 for OECD and Non-OECD Countries.- 3 Cartel Damages to the Economy: An Assessment for Developing Countries.- 4 Public Enforcement of Antitrust Law in China: Perspective of Procedural Fairness.- 5 Antitrust and Compulsory Licensing in BRICS and Developing Countries.- 6 Procurement Procedures and Bid-Rigging in Brazil.- 7 The Nature and use of Economic Evidence in Competition Enforcement.- 8 Economic Analysis in Antitrust: the Case of Brazil.- 9 Economic Evidence in Competition Law Enforcement in India.- 10 Models of Monopoly in the Quarter-Century Development of Russian Competition Policy: Understanding Competition Analysis in the Abuse of Dominance Investigations.- 11 Economic Analysis in Competition Law Enforcement in Russia: Empirical Evidence Based on Data of Judicial Reviews.- 12 The Incorporation of the Public Interest in the Assessment of Prohibited Conduct: A Juggling Act?.- 13 Estimating the Benefits of Anti-Cartel Interventions: The Case of the South African Cement Cartel.- 14 A History of Collusion: The Persistence of Cartels in South Africa.- 15 Application of Hypothetical Monopoly Test (SSNIP) to the Brazilian Market of Ready-Made Meals and the Role of the Department of Economic Studies.|
|Series Title:||International law and economics.|
|Responsibility:||Frederic Jenny, Yannis Katsoulacos, editors.|