Competition Law and Economics Advances in Competition Policy Enforcement in the EU and North America
Advances in Competition Policy Enforcement in the EU and North America
Edited by Abel M. Mateus and Teresa Moreira
Competition policy is at a crossroads on both sides of the Atlantic. In this insightful book, judges, enforcers and academics in law and economics look at the consensus built so far and clarify controversies surrounding the issue.
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- Chapter 1: Speech by the President of the Republic at the Opening Session of the Second Lisbon Conference on Competition Law and Economics
- Chapter 2: Helping Europeans Get the Best Deal: A Sound Competition Policy for Well-functioning Markets
- Chapter 3: Competition Policy and Consumer Protection in the EU
- Chapter 4: Competition Policy Enforcement in the European Union: State of Art and Major Challenges
- Chapter 5: Costs and Benefits of Private and Public Antitrust Enforcement: An American Perspective
- Chapter 6: Administrative Regulation versus Private Enforcement – the EU Perspective
- Chapter 7: Improving Judicial Control of Administrative Decisions in Competition Enforcement
- Chapter 8: The Effectiveness and Limitations of the Portuguese System of Competition Law Enforcement by Administrative and Civil Procedural Means
- Chapter 9: Mergers in Regulated Industries: Electricity
- Chapter 10: Modelling Competition and Regulation in Wireless Telecommunications: A Progress Report
- Chapter 11: Competition Law and Policy Modernization: Lessons from the U.S. Common-law Experience
- Chapter 12: Abuses of Dominant Position and Monopolization: Conclusions of the Major Debates in the EU and USA
- Chapter 13: Abuses of Dominant Position, Intellectual Property Rights and Monopolization in EU Competition Law: Some Thoughts on a Possible Course of Action
- Chapter 14: Abuses of Dominant Position and Monopolization: An Economic Perspective
- Chapter 15: The Current Debate About Section 2 of the Sherman Act: Judicial Certainty versus Rule of Reason
- Chapter 16: The Legal Periphery of Dominant Firm Conduct
- Chapter 17: Monopolization and the Fading Dominant Firm
- Chapter 18: Do National Champions Have Anything to do with Economics?
- Chapter 19: Competition Policy and Competitiveness in Europe
- Chapter 20: Ownership, Performance and National Champions
- Chapter 21: Antitrust Policy and Industrial Policy: A View from the U.S.
- Chapter 22: Recent Canadian Policy Towards Industry: Competition Policy, Industrial Policy and National Champions
- Chapter 23: Economics in State Aid: Soon as Routine as Dentistry?
- Chapter 24: The New Approach to State Aid: Contributions and Limits from Case Law of the European Courts
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