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Títulos

The Economic Characteristics of Developing Jurisdictions. Their Implications for Competition Law

Autores

; Edward Elgar

Ubicación

Libro - 13.3.5 - G35

Edición

[No definido]

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[No definido]

Fecha Publicación

2017

Editorial

Edward Elgar Publishing Liited

Temas

REGULACI脫N ECON脫MICA; DERECHO DE COMPETENCIA; BUENAS PR脕CTICAS INTERNACIONALES

CONTENIDO

PART 1 THE ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF DEVELOPINO JURISDICTIONS. 1 Competition law and the economic characteristics of developing countnes. Simon J. Evenett. 2 What features measure economic competition in cleveloping
countries?. Ignacio L. De Leon. 3 Lifting the veil: rethinking the classification of developing economies for competition law and policy. Tamar Indig and Michal S. Gal. 4 Economic structure and competition policy application in Latin American countries. Diego Petrecolla, Esteban M. Greco, Carlos A. Romero and Juan P. Vila-Mart铆nez. 5 Understanding the economic factors that have affected China鈥檚 Antimonopoly Law. Ping Lin and Yue Qiao. PART II COMPETITION-RELATED ISSUES AFFECTING DEVELOPING JURISDICTIONS 6 Competition issues affecting the agricuitural sector in selected developing countries: key findings from selected UNCTAD market studies. Ulla Schwager. 7 The informal economy and its interface with competition law
and policy. Mor Bakhoum. 8 Bid rigging and its interface with corruption. David Lewis. PART III IMPLICATIONS FOR COMPETITION LAW. 9 Generating instead of protecting competition. Oliver Budzinski and Maryam H. A. Beigi. 10 Adapting the role of economics in competition law: a developing country dilemma. David 1 Gerber. 11 Consumer welfare and consumer harm: adjusting competition law and policies to the needs of developingjurisdictions. JosefDrexl. 12 Drafting competition law for developing jurisdictions: iearning from experience Michal S. Gal and Eleanor M. Fox. 13 Abuses of dominance in developing countries: a view from the South, with an eye on telecommunications. Javier Tapia and Si,non Roberts

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