Edited by Josef Drexl, Laurence Idot and Joël Monéger
The context for this book is the increasingly complex relationship between economic theory and competition law which gives rise to lively political and academic debate on the direction competition law should take in a more global and innovation-oriented market place.
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- Economic Theory and Competition Law
- Chapter 1: Economic Analysis in EU Competition Cases
- Chapter 2: Competition Law and the Institutional Embeddedness of Economics
- Chapter 3: The Goals of Japanese Competition Law
- Chapter 4: Efficiency of Competition Law in Economies of Transition
- Chapter 5: The Treatment of Efficiencies in South African Merger Consideration
- Chapter 6: Should Competition Law Promote Efficiency? Some Reflections of an Economist on the Normative Foundations of Competition Law
- Chapter 7: Competition Law Should Promote Economic and Social Welfare by Ensuring the Freedom to Compete – A Lawyer’s View
- Chapter 8: Appropriation of the Legal System by Economic Concepts: Should Conflicting Goals be Considered?
- Chapter 9: Competition Law and Public Policy: Reconsidering an Uneasy Relationship – The Example of Article 81
- Chapter 10: Restrictive Agreements and Unilateral Restraints: Merging Regimes on Market Power and Exclusion
- Chapter 11: Convergence of Competition Law Prohibitions: Foundational Issues
- Chapter 12: Efficiencies in Merger Analysis: Alchemy in the Age of Empiricism?
- Chapter 13: Efficiency in Merger Law: Appropriateness of Efficiency Analysis in Ex-ante Assessment?
- Chapter 14: Efficient and/or Effective Enforcement
- Chapter 15: A Brief Overview of Some Conflicts between Economic Efficiency and Effectiveness of the Administrative or Judicial Process in Competition Law
- Chapter 16: Conflicts between Economic Efficiency and Effective Judicial Process
- Chapter 17: Efficiency in the Enforcement Policy of the French Conseil de la Concurrence
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