Handbook of Research in Trans-Atlantic Antitrust

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Philip Marsden
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2008. gada 1. janv. - 800 lappuses
The book is handsomely produced by Edward Elgar. . . The notes contain more than citations and are well worth reading. A welcome feature is that after each set of notes there is a list of the most important writings on the topic followed by a list of the

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Unilateral effects from mergers the Oracle case
1
Transatlantic issues in the European merger review of OraclePeopleSoft harmonious dissonance
16
Merger to monopsony in Canada Europe and the United States a selected international comparison
41
Tweedledum and Tweedledee? Regime dynamics in US and EC merger control
72
A transatlantic assessment of the evolving use of behavioural merger remedies
108
Judicial review of mergers in Europe Tetra Laval GEHoneywell and the convergence toward US standards
153
Discounts rebates and selective pricing by dominant firms a transAtlantic comparison
195
A dominant firms duty to deal EC and US antitrust law compared
236
Issues relating to the enforcement and application of criminal laws in respect of competition
466
The brave new world of extradition a North Atlantic treaty alliance against cartels?
493
Lessons learned from the US experience in private enforcement of competition laws
515
The role of nonlitigation strategies advocacy reports and studies as instruments of competition policy
541
Information please opening antitrust to the public why more European Union Court and Commission documents and hearings should no longer be se...
552
The goals of antitrust thoughts on consumer welfare in the US
566
Competition enforcement and consumers
594
The distributional consequences of antitrust
605

Tying a transatlantic perspective
287
Abuse of dominance enforcement under Latin American competition laws
319
Substantial convergence the US influence on the development of the regulatory framework for IP licensing in the EC
335
The right balance of competition policy and intellectual property law a Federal Trade Commission perspective
356
Compulsory access as an antitrust remedy when why and how is it applied in EU and US law?
398
Regulation in Brazil retrospect and prospects
414
Regulatory and competition issues in the transatlantic air transport sector towards a transatlantic open aviation area
444
Merger control and crossborder transactions a pragmatic view on cooperation convergence and what is in between
622
Bilateral enforcement cooperation agreements
641
An antitrust analysis of the World Trade Organizations decision in the USMexico arbitration on telecommunications services
679
Mexicos competition law North American origins European practice
718
Competition policies in Latin America postWashington Consensus
732
Index
759
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