2 edition of Competition law for developing economies found in the catalog.
Competition law for developing economies
Written in English
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Global competition now shapes economies and societies in ways unimaginable only a few years ago, and competition (or 'antitrust') law is a key component of the legal framework for global competition. These laws are intended to protect competition from distortion and restraint, and on the national level they reflect the relationships between markets, their participants, and those affected by . Author by: Pernille Wegener Jessen Languange: en Publisher by: Kluwer Law International B.V. Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 66 Total Download: File Size: 41,7 Mb Description: Competition law in the EU includes a wide range of topics and has developed into a very comprehensive area of book covers the broader perspective of competition law, giving an.
More than a hundred countries, from both the developed and developing economies, now have a competition law (Jenny ; Maskus and Lahouel ). As evidenced in the experiences of these. The Economic Characteristics of Developing Jurisdictions: Their Implications for Competition Law - Ebook written by Michal S. Gal, Mor Bakhoum, Josef Drexl, Eleanor M. Fox, David J. Gerber. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Economic Characteristics of Developing.
Global competition now shapes economies and societies in ways unimaginable only a few years ago, and competition (or 'antitrust') law is a key component of the legal framework for global competition. These laws are intended to protect competition from distortion and restraint, and on the national level they reflect the relationships between. The need to tailor competition law to economies at different stages of development is often most clearly seen in the exceptional provisions in competition clauses of RTAs. In an IDRC study, Brusick and Clarke () point to the text of the European Union–Egypt and European Union–Estonia RTAs, which allow for the exemption of various state.
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But competition policy in developing economies is not an irremediable mistake. Such regimes need not adhere to an inappropriate Western model, the authors maintain, to find cheaper and more effective ways to foster by: 2.
"Competition law and developing economies: between ‘informed divergence’ and international convergence" published on 30 Nov by Edward Elgar Publishing. "Drafting competition law for developing jurisdictions: learning from experience" published on 26 Jun by Edward Elgar Publishing.
Proposes an appropriate approach to competition law enforcement for developing countries; Offers a thought-provoking analysis of how competition law principles developed in the industrialized economies should be adapted and adjusted in the context of late-comer developing countries.
As countries large and small, rich and poor are drawn inexorably into the global economy, protectionist policies are proving increasingly inefficient and ineffective for driving growth.
The countries of Latin America, which have long pursued agendas of state ownership and heavy regulation of key. An in-depth analysis of the enforcement of South African law illustrates how the law is used both to combat the negative effects of past industrial policy, and to accommodate current economic and social book is intended for all readers with an interest in the enforcement of competition law in developing countries.
Secretariat which provides an overview of competition law and policy in South Africa was the basis of an in-depth peer review at the OECD Global Forum on Competition.
Useful lessons were drawn from this first peer review of a developing country at this Forum, which gathered about 70 economies at all stages of economic Size: KB. The emphasis was on developing countries’ perspectives on competition law suited to their needs.
The keynote speech was given by Makan Delrahim, Assistant Attorney General for the Antitrust Division, US Department of Justice. Competition and Globalization in Developing Economies Octo But competition policy in developing economies is not an irremediable mistake.
Such regimes need not adhere to an inappropriate Western model, the authors maintain, to find cheaper and more effective ways to foster : Hardcover.
benefits of competition law and policy in developing countries, using case examples to illustrate such benefits. However, there can be serious market failures in developing economies and in international trade, which require consideration when adopting competition.
The BRICS-Lawyers' Guide to Global Cooperation - edited by Rostam J. Neuwirth October International Competition Law Series About this book: Competition Law in the ASEAN Countries, the first detailed analysis of competition law in the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries, looks at the prospects of implementation of the regional competition law and compares the existing systems in each Member State.
Get this from a library. The limits of competition policy: the shortcomings of antitrust in developing and reforming economies. [A E Rodriguez; Ashok Menon] -- Antitrust is `a blunt instrument aimed at the wrong problem'. So say the authors of this provocative and contentious book, both of them well-known for providing antitrust support and training in many.
Globalization impacts the world and especially impacts developing countries. It can pull people out of poverty, but it can also harm the poor and vulnerable. High technology, big data, and artificial intelligence can make lives better, but they also threaten exploitation and exclusion. This. International competition law has grown in importance as national economies have become more integrated, at the same time as national competition laws have proliferated and enforcement efforts have been strengthened.
This system is beset with conflicts arising where States perceive that the way that another country does or does not apply its competition law adversely affects its interests. “The general theme of the book is the role of economic analysis and economic evidence in competition law enforcement, which has been stressed in the work of the international organizations.
the analysis of the specifics of the BRICS experience in competition enforcement, such as the one attempted in the present volume, will continue providing a valuable input to the international.
Book Description: The vast majority of the countries in the world are developing countries-there are only thirty-four OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries-and yet there is a serious dearth of attention to developing countries in the international and comparative law scholarship, which has been preoccupied with the United States and the European Union.
A framework for the design and implementation of competition law and policy (English) Abstract. This book reviews the design and implementation of competition law and policy. The study examines the objectives of competition policy, defining a dynamic and competitive environment as one underpinned by sound competition law and policy.
Moving Cited by: The Competition Assessment Framework (CAF) is flexible, and may be used in countries where competition policy has not been formally considered, as well as in countries with an existing competition law. It may also be used in sub-national units (e.g.
states in a File Size: KB. Competition law is a law that promotes or seeks to maintain market competition by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies. Competition law is implemented through public and private enforcement.
Competition law is known as "antitrust law" in the United States for historical reasons, and as "anti-monopoly law" in China and previous years it has been known as trade practices. Recognizing the coming of age of developing countries’ competition law systems, the panelists (academics, to the competition laws of emerging economies, including in particular China, India, Mexico, Brazil and the responses are not always the same in the developed and developing world.
In this book, 20 prominent authors offer The Handbook features 22 contributions on topical subjects including: competition in developed and developing economies, enforcement trends, advocacy and regional and multinational cooperation.
In addition, selected areas of law are explored from a comparative by: 1. Limits To Antitrust Competition Policy in Developing Countries (International Competition Law Series) Antitrust is a blunt instrument aimed at the wrong problem. So say the authors of this provocative and contentious book, both of them well-known for providing antitrust support and training in many developing economies and for serving as.