Global Competition Law and Economics Policy: Reconciling Efficiency and Equity: A Global Challenge for Competition Policy

Author:   Damien Gerard ,  Ioannis Lianos (University College London)
Publisher:   Cambridge University Press
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9781108498081


Pages:   474
Publication Date:   09 May 2019
Format:   Hardback
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Author:   Damien Gerard ,  Ioannis Lianos (University College London)
Publisher:   Cambridge University Press
Imprint:   Cambridge University Press
Dimensions:   Width: 15.70cm , Height: 2.90cm , Length: 23.40cm
Weight:   0.790kg
ISBN:  

9781108498081


ISBN 10:   1108498086
Pages:   474
Publication Date:   09 May 2019
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  College/higher education ,  Professional & Vocational ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
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Introduction Damien Gerard and Ioannis Lianos; Part I. Framing the Tension between Equity and Efficiency as a Global Challenge for Competition Policy: The Vision of a Pioneer: 1. Eleanor Fox: insights from an outsider Diane Wood; 2. Citizen Fox and the vision of antitrust cosmopolitanism Philip Marsden and Spencer Weber Waller; Part II. Reconciling Equity and Efficiency: The Challenge of Making Markets Work for People: Section 1. Competition for the People: 3. The poverty of competition law - the short story Ioannis Lianos; 4. The social contract: should we recalibrate competition law to limit inequality? Michal Gal; 5. Oligarchies, competition and development Abel M. Mateus; 6. Promoting competition reforms for the benefit of ordinary people Pradeep S. Mehta; 7. Competition (law), access to telecommunication technologies and development Mor Bakhoum; 8. Competition law prescriptions and competitive outcomes: insights from Southern and East Africa Simon Roberts; Section 2. Competition against Power: 9. The Australian controversy over abuse of market power law - a study in political economy Alan Fels; 10. Competition against power: the puzzle of the personal butler Ariel Ezrachi and Maurice Stucke; 11. Economic efficiency versus democracy: on the potential role of competition policy in regulating digital markets in times of post-truth politics Josef Drexl; Section 3. Competition, Inequality and Industrial Policy: 12. Competition policy and industrial policy: mortal enemies or potential allies? David Lewis; 13. Antitrust, industrial policy and economic populism Daniel D. Sokol; Part III. Reconciling Equity and Efficiency: The Challenge of Effective Antitrust Enforcement: Section 1. Designing Effective Enforcement Systems: 14. The role of competition culture Albert A. Foer; 15. Formula for success: a Formula One approach to understanding competition law system performance William Kovacic; 16. Evaluating the performance of competition agencies: the limits of assessment methodologies and their policy implications Edward M. Iacobucci and Michael J. Trebilcock; 17. Toward a realistic comparative assessment of private antitrust enforcement Dan Crane; 18. Antitrust enforcement in the US and the EU: a comparison of the two federal systems Daniel L. Rubinfeld; 19. Galvanising national competition authorities in the European Union Giorgio Monti; Section 2. Effective Coordination of Enforcement Systems: A Global Governance Perspective: 20. Extraterritoriality and the question of jurisdiction in competition law Dennis Davis; 21. Competition enforcement, trade, and global governance Petros C. Mavroidis and Damien J. Neven; 22. Competition enforcement cooperation and the dynamics of convergence Damien Gerard; Afterword: 23. Competition policy at the intersection of equity and efficiency: the developed and developing worlds Eleanor M. Fox.

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Damien Gerard serves as a case handler in the Directorate General for Competition of the European Commission and is an academic affiliated with the University of Louvain and the College of Europe, where he also heads the Global Competition Law Center (GCLC). Ioannis Lianos holds the chair of global competition law and policy at University College London and Director of the Centre for Law, Economics and Society at the University College London. He is also the chief researcher of the Higher School of Economics (HSE) Skolkovo Institute for Law and Development.

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