Handbook of Research in Trans-Atlantic Antitrust / (Registro n. 1664)

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Título principal Handbook of Research in Trans-Atlantic Antitrust /
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Cidade Cheltenham, Inglaterra:
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Número de páginas 785 p.
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Conteúdo Contents<br/><br/>List of contributors<br/><br/>Preface<br/><br/>Philip Marsden<br/><br/>1 Unilateral effects from mergers: the Oracle case<br/>Gregory J. Werden<br/><br/>2 Transatlantic issues in the European merger review of Oracle PeopleSoft: harmonious dissonance <br/>Thomas Vinje and Dieter Paemen<br/><br/>3 Merger to monopsony in Canada, Europe and the United States: a selected international comparison<br/>Margaret Sanderson<br/><br/>4 Tweedledum and Tweedledee? Regime dynamics in US and EC merger control<br/>Andrew Scott<br/><br/>5 A transatlantic assessment of the evolving use of behavioural merger remedies<br/>Neil Campbell, Casey Halladay and Omar Wakil<br/><br/>6 Judicial review of mergers in Europe: Tetra LavaI, GE/Honeywell and the convergence toward US standards <br/>Jeremv Weinberg<br/><br/>7 Discounts, rebates and selective pricing by dominant firms: a trans-Atlantic comparison <br/>Christian AhIborn and David Bailey<br/><br/>8 A dominant firm's duty to deal: EC and US antitrust law compared<br/>Alison Jones<br/><br/>9 Tying: a transatlantic perspective <br/>David W. Hull<br/><br/>10 Abuse of dominance enforcement under Latin American competition laws <br/>Russell Pittman and Maria Tineo<br/><br/>11 Substantial convergence: the US influence on the development of the regulatory framework for IP licensing in the EC <br/>Steven D. Anderman<br/><br/>12 The right balance of competition policy and intellectual property law: a Federal Trade Commission perspective<br/>Alden F Abbott, Suzanne Michel and Armando Irizarry <br/><br/>13 Compulsory access as an antitrust remedy: when, why and how is it applied in EU and US law?<br/>Donald I. Baker and Tony Woodgate <br/><br/>14 Regulation in Brazil: retrospect and prospects<br/>Gesner Oliveira and Thomas Fujiwara <br/><br/>15 Regulatory and competition issues in the transatlantic air transport sector: towards a transatlantic open aviation area<br/>Karel van Miert and Daniel Calleja <br/><br/>16 Issues relating to the enforcement and application of criminal laws in respect of competition <br/>Mark Furse <br/><br/>17 The brave new world of extradition: a North Atlantic treaty alliance against cartels?<br/>Julian M. Joshua <br/><br/>18 Lessons learned from the US experience in private enforcement of competition laws <br/>Kevin E. Grady <br/><br/>19 The role of non-litigation strategies: advocacy, reports and studies as instrurnents of competition policy <br/>William E. Kovacic <br/><br/>20 Information please: opening antitrust to the public: why more European Union Court and Commission documents and hearings should no longer be secret<br/>David Lawsky <br/><br/>21 The goals of antitrust: thoughts on consumer welfare in the US<br/>Albert A. Foer <br/><br/>22 Competition enforcement and consumers<br/>Juan Antonio Rivière y Martí<br/><br/>23 The distributional consequences of antitrust <br/>Okeoghene Odudu <br/><br/>24 Merger control and cross-border transactions: a pragmatic view on cooperation, convergence and what is in between <br/>Ariel Ezrachi <br/><br/>25 Bilateral enforcement cooperation agreements <br/>Anestis Papadopoulos <br/><br/>26 An antitrust analysis of the World Trade Organization's decision in the US—Mexico arbitration on telecommunications services <br/>J. Gregory Sidak and Hal J. Singer <br/><br/>27 Mexico's competition law: North American origins, European practice <br/>Adriaan ten Kate and Gunnar Niels<br/><br/>28 Competition policies in Latin America, post-Washington Consensus <br/>Julián Peña<br/><br/>Index <br/>
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