5 edition of The EC Law of Competition found in the catalog.
January 31, 2000
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||Jonathan Faull (Editor), Ali Nikpay (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1086|
About EU Competition Law. This book is designed as a working tool for the study and practice of European competition law. It is an enlarged and updated sixth edition of the highly practical guide to the leading cases of European competition law. This sixth edition focuses on Article TFEU, Article TFEU and the European Merger Regulation. The development of competition law in the EU can be explored through three interrelated perspectives: the extent to which controversies in economic thinking affect the design of the law; how changing political visions about the objectives of competition law have caused shifts in the interpretation of the rules; and the institution in charge of applying the rules/5(2).
(). The Economics of EC Competition Law. S Bishop and M Walker. European Competition Journal: Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. Author: Alistair Lindsay. With a clear, concise and detailed commentary throughout and case studies, this book will eliminate the need for students to go to multiple sources. Synopsis. EC and UK Competition Law: Commentary, Cases and Materials offers a clear, concise and comprehensive account of the competition rules of the EC and the : Maher M. Dabbah.
Buy The Economics of EC Competition Law: Concepts, Application and Measurement 3rd Revised by Simon Bishop, Mike Walker (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). This 3rd edition of the Competition Law Digest provides a synthesis of EU and national leading antitrust cases from to The book is structured in two parts: Part I deals with competition rules in general (cartels, unilateral practices, mergers), whereas Part II is dedicated to specific sectors (automobile, energy, insurance, sports).Author: Nicolas Charbit, Edouard Verté.
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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: The book is well produced and the text is easy to navigate."--Dr.
Chris Kerse, ECLR "Faull & Nikpay is written entirely by officials working for the European Commission Competition Department and competition experts have bought copies to discover more about their thinking.
The book is. Firmly established as one of the leading texts in the area, EC Competition Law has been comprehensively updated and revised for this new third edition.
Its clear, succinct, and yet highly authoritative coverage will ensure its continued popularity. The development of competition law in the EU can be explored through three interrelated perspectives: the extent to which controversies in economic thinking affect the design of the law; how changing political visions about the objectives of competition law have caused shifts in the interpretation of the rules; and the institution in charge of applying the rules/5(2).
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 4/5(4).
Community competition law (OJ C) D.5 Commission Notice on agreements of minor importance which do not appreciably restrict competition under Article 81(1) of the Treaty establishing the European Community (de minimis) (OJ C /13, ) D.6 Commission Notice: Guidelines on the effect on trade concept contained inFile Size: 5MB.
The European Commission may impose fines up to 10% of the annual worldwide respective group turnover of the undertakings involved. When setting the amount of the fine, the European Commission considers the impact and severity of the violation. Furthermore, any agreement violating EU Competition Law is automatically void.
This leading work provides a unique perspective on EU competition law, authored by current and former members of DG Competition, and giving insider knowledge into policies and their application.
Fully updated in this third edition, the work includes new material on industries of growing importance in the competition field including pharmaceuticals and High Tech.
EC competition law in context 2. The economics of EC competition law 3. Article 81 EC: Anticompetitive coordination 4. Article 82 EC: Abuse of dominance 5.
Regulation / Anticompetitive Mergers 6. The institutional and procedural framework of EC competition enforcement 7. Hardcore cartels 8. Horizontal cooperation agreements 9. European competition law is the competition law in use within the European Union.
It promotes the maintenance of competition within the European Single Market by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies to ensure that they do not create cartels and monopolies that would damage the interests of society. European competition law today derives mostly from articles to of the.
Competition encourages companies to offer consumers goods and services at the most favourable terms. It encourages efficiency and innovation and reduces prices. To be effective, competition requires companies to act independently of each other, but subject to. European Commission Decisions on Competition provides a comprehensive economic classification and analysis of all European Commission decisions adopted pursuant to Articlesand of the FEU Treaty from to It also includes a sample of landmark European merger by: 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 law.
European Commission Report on Competition Policy Luxembourg Office of Official Publications of the European Communities Boute, A. ‘Environmental Protection and EC Anti-Trust Law: The Commission's Approach for Packaging Waste Management Systems’ 15 Review of European Community and International Environmental Law Goyder's EC Competition Law is firmly established as a classic text on this area of law.
The emergence of competition law has been one of the most important features of the EC and has had a significant impact on many aspects of UK business and economic life. This book provides a full account of its development since the inception of the EC in By providing a careful selection of case law and journal opinion combined with penetrating analysis, critique and commentary, EU Competition Law: Text, Cases, and Materials provides a stand-alone guide that really helps the reader get to grips with this challenging area of law/5(16).
The EC competition law regime, with the European Commission ("the Commission") at the apex of its enforcement structure, has steadily evolved to become one of the most mature regimes in the world.
Its core provisions, namely Articles 81 and 82 EC, do not, however, explicitly indicate whether they find extraterritorial application or by: 5. The present volume includes seminal articles and critiques of the EC competition law regime as well as very recent discussions of the Commission's proposal for reform.
Because much of the literature on EC competition law reform is scattered, the present volume should be useful in including in one place a broad selection of articles and.
This chapter provides a brief overview of Article 81 EC and considers the implications of two recent Court of First Instance (CFI) judgments (Glaxo and O2 (Germany)) for the understanding of (i) the ultimate goal of Article 81; and (ii) the nature and structure of the test to be applied by European competition authorities and courts in the assessment of horizontal and vertical agreements.
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.
US AND EU COMPETITION LAW: A COMPARISON progressﬂ as long as consumers enjoy a fair share of resulting ben-efits. While hard to judge, the language of the EC Rome treaty and EU enforcement policy seems to accept a larger element of ﬁindustrial policyﬂ and of ﬁfairnessﬂ than is accepted in the United States.
Systems of File Size: KB.How Should Competition Law Be Taught? Einer Elhauge In a recent review of Global Competition Law and Economics, a book I co-wrote with Damien Geradin, John Kallaugher raises some interesting questions about the very premises of the book.1 These questions seem worth addressing because they go well beyond an assessment of the book to raise fundamental.The intertwinement of EC law and national law may create unforeseeability in situations where EC law invades the national cases, which gives rise to the very question of legal certainty in EC law.
This study contributes to the contemporary discussion, which wrestles with the following questions in.