Whose Regulation, Which Competition?
Edited by Hanns Ullrich
With contributions from leading scholars from all over Europe and the US, this book covers the major areas of substantive competition law from an evolutionary perspective. The leitmotiv of the book has been to assess the dividing line between safeguarding and regulating competition.
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- The Evolution of European Competition Law Whose Regulation, Which Competition?
- Chapter 1: Foundations of Competition Policy in the EU and the USA: Conflict, Convergence and Beyond
- Chapter 2: Strategic Competition Policy: A Comment on EU Competition Policy
- Chapter 3: Revision of the New Technology Transfer Block Exemption Regulation: Convergence or Capitulation?
- Chapter 4: The Evolution of European Competition Law and the Italian Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato
- Chapter 5: Vertical Agreements: 4 Years of Liberalisation by Regulation n. 2790/99 After 40 Years of Legal (Block) Regulation
- Chapter 6: Cooperative Networking: Bridging the Cooperation–Concentration Gap
- Comment: Cooperative networks: a new challenge to competition law or old wine in new bottles?
- Chapter 7: Mergers in the Media Sector: Business as Usual?
- Chapter 8: Abuse of Market Power: Controlling Dominance or Protecting Competition?
- Comment: Controlling dominance or protecting competition: from individual abuses to responsibility for competition
- Chapter 9: Regulating Towards What? The Concepts of Competition in Sector-Specific Regulation, the Likelihood of their Realisation and of their Sustainability, and their Relationship to Rendering Public Infrastructure Services
- Chapter 10: Competition, Regulation and System Coherence
- Chapter 11: Efficiency Claims in EC Competition Law and Sector-Specific Regulation
- Comment: A short note on the generation of efficiencies in the context of the 'constitutional' principles of European competition law
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