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New competition jurisdictions : shaping policies and building institutions

Author: Richard Whish; Christopher Townley
Publisher: Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2012.
Series: ASCOLA competition law.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats

This book focuses on the problems faced by newly-established competition authorities, and on shaping policies and building institutions in those jurisdictions. In particular four key issues  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Whish; Christopher Townley
ISBN: 9780857939517 0857939513
OCLC Number: 809977191
Description: 1 online resource (400 pages).
Contents: Contents:IntroductionChristopher Townley and Richard Whish1. HSR at 35: The Early US Premerger Notification Experience and its Meaning for New Systems of Competition Law William E. Kovacic PART I: CHALLENGES AND OBSTACLES TO ADOPTING COMPETITION LAWSDavid Lewis (Chair)2. Designing Competition Laws in New Jurisdictions: Three Models to FollowHeba Shahein3. The Political Economy of Competition Law Reform in New Jurisdictions Michelle Chowdhury4. The Dynamics of Competition Policies in Small Developing Economies: The Central American Countries' ExperienceClaudia Schatan Commentary on Part One ChaptersUlla SchwagerPART II: INSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGES AND CHOICES: DETERRENCEMichal S. Gal (Chair)5. Increasing Deterrence in Latin American Competition Law Enforcement RegimesJavier Tapia 6. Deterrence and Compensation in New Competition Regimes: The Role of Private EnforcementClifford A. Jones 7. Enforcement Priorities for New Agencies: Lessons from South Africa on the Deterrence of Cartel ConductKeith WeeksCommentary on Part Two ChaptersJohn DaviesPART III: THE GLOBAL PERSPECTIVEDavid J. Gerber (Chair)8. Does Implementation of Merger Regulation Impede Inbound Cross-border Mergers? Analysis of Developed versus Developing CountriesManish Agarwal9. The Impact of Multi-Jurisdictional Concentrations on the New Competition Law Jurisdictions: A Case Study on Brazil Marco Botta PART IV: TEACHING AND RESEARCHING COMPETITION LAW AND ECONOMICS IN NEW COMPETITION JURISDICTIONSChristopher Townley, Heba Shahein and Richard WhishIndex
Series Title: ASCOLA competition law.
Responsibility: edited by Richard Whish, Christopher Townley.


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