Item description for The Future Development of Competition Framework (International Competition Law Series Set) by Tzong-Leh Hwang...
In the march of economic globalization it has become increasingly apparent that divergence in competition policy from one country to another is a major stumbling block. More than any other factor, an international consensus of competition laws is sure to facilitate the clear working interaction among trade, investment, intellectual property rights, and technology transfer that economic progress demands. This forward-looking book offers presents insightful perspectives on how this consensus may be achieved.
The Future Development of Competition Framework presents papers and speeches by well-known competition law practitioners versed in competition law and policy, including representatives of national competition authorities. They came from a variety of countries including France, Germany, Canada, Mexico, Indonesia, Malaysia, Russia, Japan, Australia, Taiwan, Korea and the United States to attend a 2003 conference sponsored by the Taiwan Fair Trade Commission. The book reproduces texts of the various contributions to the conference, including a roundtable discussion. Among the topics addressed are the following:
mergers and acquisitions;
enforcement policies and sanctions;
national cultures and traditions;
concentration indexes and dominance indexes;
striking the right balance between competition and regulation;
reconciling competition policy and development policies.
Although they are especially valuable for their concentration on the Asia Pacific countries, these discussions will be of incalculable value to practitioners and academics everywhere who are involved in any of the interconnected branches of economic law or policy covered here.
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Studio: Kluwer Law International
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.61" Width: 6.54" Height: 0.87" Weight: 1.46 lbs.
Release Date Oct 13, 2004
Publisher Kluwer Law International
ISBN 9041123059 ISBN13 9789041123053
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