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The goals of competition law / edited by Daniel Zimmer.


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ASCOLA. Workshop on Comparative Competition Law (5th : 2010 : Bonn, Germany)
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Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, USA : Edward Elgar, c2012.
  • Book, Conference Proceedings
  • xi, 512 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
"The Fifth ASCOLA Workshop on Comparative Competition Law." Conference held in Bonn, from May 27-29, 2010.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Pt. I. Normative foundations of competition law
  • On the choice of welfare standards in competition law / Louis Kaplow
  • What is competition? / Maurice E. Sucke
  • Characteristic aspects of competition and their consequences for the objectives of competition law : comment on Stucke / Andreas Fuchs
  • The multiple personalities of EU competition law : time for a comprehensive debate on its objectives / Laura Parret
  • The goals of European competition law : some distortions in the literature : comment of Parret / David J. Gerber
  • Thinking inside the box : why competition as a process is a sui generis right : a methodological observation / Oles Andriychuk
  • Legal interpretation and practice versus legal theory : reconciliation of competition goals : comment on Andriychuk / Anca Daniela Chirițǎ
  • On the normative foundations of competition law : efficiency, political freedom and the freedom to compete / Frank Maier-Rigaud
  • Efficiency, political freedom and the freedom to compete : comment on Maier-Rigaud / Heike Schweitzer
  • Economic content of competition law : the point of regulating preferences / Adrian Künzler
  • On th difference of methodology in jurisprudence and economics : comment on Künzler / Iwakazu Takahashi
  • Do words matter? : a discussion on words used to designate values associated with competition law / Paul Nihoul
  • On words and on shifting their meaning : comment on Nihoul / Josef Bejček
  • Antitrust pluralism and justice / Abayomi Al-Ameen
  • Antitrust pluralism and justice : comment on Al-Ameen / Michael S. Gal and Eran Fish
  • Pt. II. Selected issues related to the goals of competition law
  • The single market imperative and consumer welfare : irreconcilable goals? : exploring the tensions amongst the objectives of European competition law through the lens of parallel trade in pharmaceuticals / Matteo Negrinotti
  • Goals of union competition law on regulated markets : pharmaceutical industry and parallel trade : comment on Negrinotti / Luboš Tichý
  • Excessive pricing and the goals of competition law / Thomas Ackerman
  • Excessive pricing and the goals of competition law : an enforcement perspective : comment on Ackermann / Jörg Philipp Terhechte
  • China's anti-monopoly law : agent of competition enhancement or engine of industrial policy? / Xiaoye Wang and Jessica Su
  • China's anti-monopoly law : agent of competition enhancement or engine of industrial policy? : comment on Wang and Su / Deborah Healey
  • Reflections on the concepts of 'economic freedom', 'free competition' and 'efficiency' from the perspective of developing countries / Mor Bakhoum
  • A social approach to the goals of competition law in developing countries : comment on Bakhoum / Karounga Diawara
  • Competition law goals in agricultural markets : a Latin American perspective / Juan David Guitiérrez Rodriguez
  • Agricultural markets and competition policy in Latin America : conflicts of goals, rules and enforcement policies : comment on Guitiérrez Rodriguez
  • The basic goal of competition law : to protect the opposite side of the market / Daniel Zimmer.
Zimmer, Daniel.
ASCOLA competition law.

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