4 edition of Antitrust in a world of interrelated economies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -285).
|Statement||Mário Marques Mendes ; foreword by John H. Jackson ; preface by Georges Vandersanden.|
|Series||Etudes européennes, Etudes européennes (Brussels, Belgium)|
|LC Classifications||KJE6497 .M46 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 285 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||285|
|LC Control Number||92180015|
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1 Economic Evidence in Antitrust: Defining Markets and Measuring Market Power Jonathan B. Baker and Timothy F. Bresnahan Antitrust law, policy, and practice are the product of a long and fruitful interdisciplinary collaboration between law and economics. The combination of antitrust with government regulation makes the book especially valuable for any course about the effects of government on the private economy. The book manages to convey both contemporary economic theory and current regulatory practice with uncommon lucidly and without burdening the reader with jargon or legalese.
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White, Barbara Ann, Book Review of 'Antitrust in a World of Interrelated Economies: The Interplay between Antitrust and Trade Policies in the US and the EEC,' by Mario Marques Mendes (March 1, ). Houston Journal of International Law, Vol. 14, No. 3, ; University of Baltimore School of Law Legal Studies Research : Barbara Ann White.
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Int 'l. In Antitrust in a World of Interrelated Economies, Mario Marques Mendes1 provides an insightful account of the conflict between anti-trust and trade policy objectives in both the United States and the European Community (EC).2 His main contention is simple indeed: antitrust, which aims to promote competition, and trade policy, which aims to.
the book is important and valuable for those interested in the economics of antitrust enforcement in high-technology industries. The authors have it right when they claim that the actions of Microsoft brought to the public's eye some of the most advanced doctrinal, economic, and institutional facets of modern antitrust enforcement.
Abstract. While much has been written on international antitrust, not much scholarship has focused on the unique antitrust enforcement challenges facing small and developing jurisdictions in a globalized world, their causes, or how these challenges shape coordination efforts.
Antitrust laws are an example of: social forces. political forces. economic forces. interrelated because what happens in the economy as a whole is based on individual decisions.
reduced the importance of services in the world economy. allowed increased foreign trade in many services. the book is important and valuable for those interested in the economics of antitrust enforcement in high-technology industries. The authors have it right when they claim that the actions of Microsoft brought to the public's eye some of the most advanced doctrinal, economic, and institutional facets of modern antitrust : Andrew I.
Gavil, Harry First. In the information economy, sellers can distort the truth about their products, and online intermediaries have incentives to skew the facts they provide to buyers.
Mark Patterson discusses ways data can be manipulated for competitive advantage and consumer exploitation, and shows how courts can apply antitrust law to address these problems. More than any other area of regulation, antitrust economics shapes law and policy in the United States, the Americas, Europe, and Asia.
In a number of different areas of antitrust, advances in theory and empirical work have caused a fundamental reevaluation and shift of some of the assumptions behind antitrust policy.
This reevaluation has profound implications for the future of the field. A review of the theoretical research on unlawful collusion, focusing on the impact and optimal design of competition law and enforcement. Collusion occurs when firms in a market coordinate their behavior for the purpose of producing a supracompetitive outcome.
The literature on the theory of collusion is deep and broad but most of that work does not take account of the possible illegality of. Antitrust economics has evolved over the last 60 years. It has both shaped policy and been shaped by policy.
The Oxford Handbook of International Antitrust Economics will serve as a policy and research guide of next steps to consider when shaping the future of the field of antitrust.
inferences drawn from economic analysis. Microeconomics-the study of the behavior of individual economic units (the consumer, firm, and industry)-therefore falls within the antitrust lawyer's province.
The hiring of an expert economic consultant or witness will not dis The World Trade Organization, the international organization created in to supervise world trade, has established a group to study issues relating to the interaction between trade and competition policy, including anticompetitive practices.
Nations currently have quite different antitrust laws, as the Case in Point in this section illustrates. An antitrust case over e-book pricing, Google and Oracle in the "world series" of intellectual-property lawsuits, and a merger between two big 3D-printing companies Some of the world.
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The text. economic issues are not straightforward, and in which neither intui-tion nor elementary textbook models can be relied upon with con-fidence. In such cases, economic theory as used by economists has its greater potential for contributing to the development of antitrust law and to the economic effects of antitrust litigation.
United States v. Apple Inc., F. Supp. 2d (S.D.N.Y. ), was a US antitrust case in which the Court held that Apple Inc. conspired to raise the price of e-books in violation of the Sherman Act. The suit, filed in Aprilalleged that Apple Inc. and five book publishing companies conspired to raise and fix the price for e-books in violation of Section 1 of the Sherman Antitrust Act.Antitrust Law in the New Economy will inform and generate debate about the important issues concerning competition in today’s information economy.
The book’s argument that antitrust law should limit the freedom of dominant information providers to design and use their products to gain competitive advantages makes it required reading for. An antitrust case over e-book pricing, Google and Oracle in the "world series" of intellectual-property lawsuits, and a merger between two big .