2 edition of EU competition law in context found in the catalog.
EU competition law in context
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Essays in honour of Virpi Tiili|
|Statement||edited by Heikki Kanninen, Nina Korjus and Allan Rosas.|
|Contributions||Tiili, Virpi, Kanninen, Heikki, Korjus, Nina, Rosas, Allan|
|LC Classifications||KJE6456 .E913 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 340 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||340|
|LC Control Number||2010288137|
The Objectives of EU Competition Law -A normative analysis List of content 1. Summary 6 2. Introduction 8 Purpose 9 Method 9 Demarcation and outline 11 Background 11 The introduction of EU competition law 11 Article TFEU 12 foundations of EU rivals regulation. What follows then is an constructed-in treatment of each of the core substantive areas of EU rivals regulation, along with Article and one TFEU, Article TFEU, mergers, cartels and totally different horizontal agreements and vertical restraints. How to Download EU Competition Law and Economics Pdf?
EU Competition Law: Cases, Texts and Context by Eleanor M. Fox. This clear and concise textbook presents EU competition law in political, economic and comparative context. It combines excerpts from key EU rulings with discussions of enforcement policy issues and comparisons with US antitrust cases. This is the first EU competition law treatise that fully integrates economic reasoning in its treatment of the decisional practice of the European Commission and the case-law of the European Court of Justice. Since the European Commission's move to a "more economic approach" to competition law reasoning and decisional practice, the use of economic argument in competition law cases has become a.
In EU competition law, an exemption in respect of an agreement that infringes Article (1) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) which may be available on an individual basis under Article (3). This book examines the structure of the rule on restrictive agreements in the context of vertical intra-brand price and territorial restraints, analysing, comparing and evaluating their treatment in US antitrust and EU competition law. It examines the concept of 'agreement' as the threshold question of the rule on restrictive agreements, the Author: Csongor István Nagy.
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Book Description. Monti explores the development of EC competition law through an interdisciplinary approach, focusing on the political and economic considerations that affect the way the rules are interpreted.
Written with competition law students in mind, it should also be of interest to undergraduate and postgraduate students of EU politics and by: 'A book on European competition policy must explain to its readers how this policy has been effective in unifying an initially fragmented market and how different it is from others in its equal attention to both public and private restraints and in preserving competition as 5/5(1).
Summary This chapter provides an overview of the key European Union (EU) competition law provisions, focusing on their impact on the global economy Author: Giorgio Monti.
This chapter discusses recent reforms of EU competition law and present-day concerns in light of their historical foundations, thus tracing areas of continuity and change.
It covers the enforcement of EU competition rules from Regulation 17/62 to Regulation 1/03; debates on the ‘more economic approach’ to EU competition law; and debates over competition law and industrial policy. This handbook offers detailed descriptions of EU competition law, including mergers and public authorities.
Above all, it analyzes and discusses recent decisions of the ECJ and the General Court. Presenting systematically structured and theoretically founded content, the book also includes recommendations for practitioners.
Ideal for students taking a course on competition law in its European context, this book guides students through a wide range of carefully selected cases and materials with exceptional analysis and comment.
The selection of writings has been chosen to present the most important perspectives onthe subject as well as the broader socio-economic context of EC competition third edition has been fully updated with all the recent developments within EC Competition Law 4/5(4). This book provides an introductory but thorough guide to EU competition law, covering the underlying economics, and the key substantive areas of anticompetitive agreements (Article 81), abuses of dominance (Article 82), the application to the most common types of commercial agreement, state aids, state measures limiting competition and mergers.
Shedding new light on the foundations of European competition law, this book is a legal and historical study of the emerging law and its evolution through the s. It retraces the development and critical junctures of competition law not only at the level of the European Economic Community but also at the level of major Member States of the EEC.
Competition restrictions hindering the development of digital book publishing initiatives should also be prevented. In the eBooks case the Commission investigated Apple and some major international e-book publishers, since it suspected that these companies may have contrived to limit retail price competition for e-books in the European Economic.
2 The EU competition rules on cartels / 2. Anti‑cartel legislation and enforcement Article and national competition laws Within the EU, both national and EU competition laws apply to cartels. As far as EU competition law is concerned, the relevant provision is Article TFEU.
An Introduction to EU Competition Law - by Moritz Lorenz April The term ‘invisible hand’ was phrased by Adam Smith in his book The Wealth of Nations in the eighteenth century. Smith used the term ‘invisible hand’ in a specific context, namely a discussion of domestic versus foreign trade.
However, the concept has since been Author: Moritz Lorenz. The essential guide to EU competition law for students in one volume; extracts from key cases, academic works, and legislation are paired with incisive critique and commentary from two leading experts in the field. In this fast-paced subject area, Alison Jones and Brenda Sufrin carefully highlight the most important cases, legislation, and developments to allow students to navigate the breadth.
This clear and concise textbook presents EU competition law in political, economic and comparative context.
It combines excerpts from key EU rulings with discussions of enforcement policy issues and comparisons with US antitrust cases. Untangling the complex set of factors driving individual outcomes, it is the perfect companion for any student or practitioner in the s: 1. This chapter sketches the history and functions of the EU and its institutions in order to set the EU competition rules in context.
It then describes the competition provisions themselves and outlines the way in which the rules are applied and enforced, including the public enforcement of Articles and under Regulation 1/, the control of mergers with a European dimension under.
A general introductory section sets EU competition law in its historical context. The second chapter goes on to explore the economics foundations of EU competition law.
What follows then is an integrated treatment of each of the core substantive areas of EU competition law, including Article TFEU, Article TFEU, mergers, cartels and other horizontal agreements and vertical restraints.
• EU: “it is not a prerequisite of a measure being held to constitute implementation of a concentration under Article 7(1) of that regulation that that measure forms, in whole or in part, in law or in fact, part of the process leading to the actual change of control. EU Competition law: overviewby Practical Law CompetitionRelated ContentThe Overview provides a route-map guide to the current EU competition law regime.
You should read this at the start of any transaction or specific research, to give you a broad overview of the main points that are likely to Practical Law trialTo access this resource, sign up for a free trial of Practical This clear and concise textbook presents EU competition law in political, economic and comparative context.
It combines excerpts from key EU rulings with discussions of enforcement policy issues and comparisons with US antitrust cases. The Historical Foundations of EU Competition Law Edited by Kiran Klaus Patel and Heike Schweitzer. A re-examination of the establishment and evolution of EU competition law and policy; Sets current debates about the legal reform of EU competition law in their historical context.
The book explains the purpose of competition policy, introduces the reader to key concepts and techniques in competition law and provides insights into the numerous different issues that arise when analysing market behaviour. Describing the law in its economics and market context, the chapters particularly consider the competition law implications of business phenomena, including distribution.
Oxford Competition Law (OCL) is the only fully integrated service to combine recognised market-leading commentaries with rigorous, selective National case reports and analysis from EU member is a suite of fully interlinked competition analysis, peer reviewed case reports and source materials - the ideal resource for assisting with case preparation.Book Description.
This book examines the structure of the rule on restrictive agreements in the context of vertical intra-brand price and territorial restraints, analysing, comparing and evaluating their treatment in US antitrust and EU competition law.A general introductory section sets EU competition law in its historical context.
The second chapter goes on to explore the economic foundations of EU competition law. What follows is an integrated treatment of each of the core substantive areas of EU competition law, including Article TFEU, Article TFEU, mergers, cartels and other.