Edited by Fabiana Di Porto and Rupprecht Podszun
Abusive Practices in Competition Law tackles the difficult questions presented to competition lawyers and economists regarding abusive practices: where and when is the red line crossed in competitive advances? When is a company explicitly dominant? How do you handle those who hold superior bargaining power over others but are not classed as dominant?
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- Abusive Practices in Competition Law
- Foreword: important divergences
- Chapter 1: The ordoliberal concept of ‘abuse’ of a dominant position and its impact on Article 102 TFEU
- Chapter 2: The European Commission’s enforcement of abuse cases: a statistical analysis
- Chapter 3: Presumptions and short-cut rules in abuse regulation: (where) do EU and US antitrust approaches meet?
- Chapter 4: The pitfalls of market definition: towards an open and evolutionary concept
- Chapter 5: Exploitative prices in European competition law
- Chapter 6: All’s well that ends well? Abuse regulation in the wake of the financial crisis: the interplay between regulation and the application of competition law to the financial sector
- Chapter 7: The application of Article 102 TFEU in the EU energy sector: a critical evaluation of commitments
- Chapter 8: Abuse without dominance in competition law: abuse of economic dependence and its interface with abuse of dominance
- Chapter 9: Superior bargaining power: dealing with aggregate concentration concerns
- Chapter 10: Unilateral conduct by non-dominant firms: a comparative reappraisal
- Chapter 11: Restraining bargaining power through competition law: superior bargaining position regulation in Japan as compared with the EU
- Chapter 12: Ex ante and ex post control of buyer power
- Chapter 13: The application of the Chinese Antimonopoly Law to state-owned enterprises
- Chapter 14: Unconscionable conduct in the context of competition law with special reference to retailer/supplier relationships within Australia
- Chapter 15: The Italian regulation against the abuse of economic dependence at the crossroads
- Chapter 16: Unconscionable conduct in France
- Chapter 17: Comparative analysis of the Japanese Subcontract Act and the regulations on unfair trade practices in the EU: focus on the grocery industry
- Chapter 18: An alternative perspective for assessing abuse of dominance in emerging markets
- Chapter 19: Abuses of dominant and non-dominant position: a tale of (ir)reconcilable views?
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