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Author Sokol, D. Daniel
Title The Global Limits of Competition Law
Imprint Palo Alto : Stanford University Press, 2012
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Series Global Competition Law and Economics Ser
Global Competition Law and Economics Ser
Note Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- Contributors -- Introduction - Ioannis Lianos and D. Daniel Sokol -- Part I. The Competition Law Process -- 1. The Limits of Antitrust and the Chicago School Tradition - George L. Priest -- 2. Competition Law and Human Rights: Striking a Balance Between Business Freedom and Regulatory Intervention - Arianna Andreangeli -- Part II. The Economic Limits of Competition Law -- 3. Limits of Imports from Economics into Competition Law - Anne-Lise Sibony -- 4. Complications in the Antitrust Response to Monopsony - Jeffrey L. Harrison -- 5. Antitrust and the Close Look: Transaction Cost Economics in Competition Policy - Herbert Hovenkamp -- Part III. Competition Law and Its Synergies with Other Areas of Law -- 6. Anticompetitive Government Regulation - D. Daniel Sokol -- 7. A Global Perspective on State Action - Damien M. B. Gerard -- 8. IP's Advantages over Antitrust - Daniel A. Crane -- 9. Competition Law and Consumer Protection Against Unfair Commercial Practices: A More-than-Complementary Relationship? - Paolisa Nebbia -- Part IV. Competition Law and Institutional Design -- 10. Judicial Scrutiny and Competition Authorities: The Institutional Limits of Antitrust - Javier Tapia and Santiago Montt -- 11. Competition Authorities: Independence and Advocacy - Frédéric Jenny -- 12. Competition Law Remedies: In Search of a Theory - Ioannis Lianos -- Part V. Competition Law and Culture -- 13. How Culture May Change Assumptions in Antitrust Policy - Thomas K. Cheng -- 14. Promoting Convergence of Competition Policies in Northeast Asia: Culture-Competition Correlation and Its Implications - Ki Jong Lee -- 15. The Limits of Competition Law in Latin America - Julián Peña -- Notes -- Index
This book, the first in a new book series, examines the range of circumstances and assumptions that affect the scope of the global antitrust/competition law enterprise
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Sokol, D. Daniel The Global Limits of Competition Law Palo Alto : Stanford University Press,c2012 9780804774901
Subject Antitrust law.;Law
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Alt Author Lianos, Ioannis
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