The International Competition Network at Twenty: (Registro n. 3518)

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Título principal The International Competition Network at Twenty:
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Conteúdo CONTENTS<br/><br/>Foreword<br/>Andreas MUNDT <br/>Acknowledgements<br/>Dave ANDERSON <br/>The ICN at Twenty. Origins, Accomplishments and Aspirations: An Introduction<br/>Paul LUGARD<br/>1.Introduction <br/>2.ICN Work Products<br/>3.Implementation of ICN Work Products<br/>4.Procedural Fairness<br/>5.Digitalization <br/>6.Inclusion, Diversity and Legitimacy<br/>A Century with the ICN <br/>Maria COPPOLA, Elizabeth KRAUS, Cynthia LAGDAMEO, Paul <br/>O'BRIEN, and Randolph TRITELL <br/>1.The ICN'S Inclusive Growth <br/>2.ICN Innovations Leading to Convergence and a Community of Com mon Cause <br/>2.1.Innovative Institutional Design<br/>2.2.Innovative Working Methods<br/>2.3.Innovative outputs <br/>3.The ICN'S Commitment to Implementation<br/>3.1.The chailenge ofmeasurement <br/>3.2.Implementation takes root <br/>3.3.Institutionalizing implementation<br/>3.4.Implementation success in a non-binding context <br/>3.5.Future ofimplementation <br/>4.The Evolution of ICN Work Product <br/>4.1.Trend 1: from fundamentais to fuil range <br/>4.2.Trend 2: a focus on purpose <br/>4.3.Trend 3: font of creativity <br/>5.Evolution ofthe ICN into a Global Advocate for Competition <br/>6.Conclusion <br/>2010~2020 Achievements of the ICN Working Groups<br/>Graeme JARVIE and Michele PACILLO <br/>1.Introduction <br/>2.Advocacy Working Group <br/>2.1.Competition assessment <br/>2.2.Market studies<br/>2.3.Explaining the beneflts ofcompetition <br/>2.4.Advocacy strategies<br/>2.5.Digitalisation<br/>2.6.ICN / World Bank Advocacy Contest <br/>2.7.Workshops and teleseminars <br/>3.Agency Effectiveness Working Group <br/>3.1.Competition Agency Practice Manual <br/>3.2.Investigative process<br/>3.3.The role ofeconomics in competition analysis <br/>3.4.Digitalisation, innovation and agency effectiveness post Covid-19 <br/>3.5.ICN Training on Demand (ITOD) <br/>3.6.Workshops and teleseminars <br/>3.7.Summary. <br/>4.Cartel Working Group <br/>4.1.Anti-Cartel Enforcement Manual <br/>4.2.Leniencywork <br/>4.3.International cooperation work<br/>4.4.Big data and cartels<br/>4.5.Workshops and webinar series<br/>5.Merger Working Group<br/>5.I.International cooperation work<br/>5.2.Merger remedies work<br/>5.3.Update ofrecommended practices <br/>5.4.Non-horizontal mergers and economic analysis<br/>5.5.Workshops and teleseminars <br/>6.Unilateral Conduct Working Group<br/>6.1.Recommended practices on predatory pricing analysis<br/>6.2.Unilateral Conduct Workbook<br/>6.3.Workshops and webinars<br/>6.4.Vertical restraint project <br/>6.5.Assessing dominance in digital era project <br/>6.6.Outreach<br/>The Role of the ICN in the Evolution of the Israel Competition Authority Michal HALPERÍN and Shira GILLAT <br/>1.Intrduction <br/>2.How the ICA Became What It Is Today<br/>3.An International Point of View <br/>4.ICA'S Co-operation with Competition Agencies Worldwide <br/>S.The ICN: A Dual Platform for Learning and Teaching <br/>The Impact of the ICN on the ACCC<br/>Rod SIMs and Marcus BEzzI<br/>1.Introduction <br/>2.Influence on ACCC Cartel Enforcement <br/>3.Influence on ACCC Merger Enforcement <br/>4.Market Studies <br/>5.Enhanced Relationships <br/>6.Improved International Practices <br/>7.Promoting Convergence and the ICN's Work on Vertical Restraints<br/>8.Work with ASEAN Jurisdictions<br/>9.Competition Agency Procedures <br/>10.Conclusion <br/>20 Years of South Africa's Partnership with the ICN<br/>Tembinkosi BONAKELE <br/>1.Introduction<br/>2.South Africa's Participation in the ICN since Its Founding<br/>2.1.The beginnings <br/>2.2.Our participation <br/>2.3.Internal structures <br/>3.Extent to Which South Africa Makes Use of ICN Materiais <br/>3.1.Learningbydoing <br/>3.2.Network effects <br/>4.Areas for Development within the ICN<br/>4.1.Broadening country participation <br/>4.2.Broadening gender participation <br/>4.3.Broadening the subject matter <br/>4.4.Voice in the global dialogue <br/>5.Conclusion <br/>Linked-In: Antitrust and the Virtues of a Virtual Network - Looking Back and Forward<br/>Eleanor M. Fox<br/>1.Introduction <br/>2.Antitrust, the World, and the Stalled Possibility of a Global System <br/>3.The Risc of the Network <br/>3.1.The birth of the ICN<br/>3.2. The functioning and evolution of the ICN <br/>4.Assessment: Effectiveness, Legitimacy, Sufficiency<br/>4.1.Effectiveness: is the ICN effective? <br/>4.2.Legitimacy: is the ICN legitimate?<br/>4.3.Sufliciency: is the ICN sufficient?<br/>4.4.Does the ICN have power? <br/>5.Conclusion <br/>The Regionalisation of Competition Law. A Future Role for the International Competition Network (ICN)?<br/>Eyad Maher M. DABBAH<br/>1.Introduction<br/>2.An Overview of Regional Cooperation <br/>3.The Difficulties Surrounding Regional Cooperation<br/>4The Middle East <br/>4.1.Geographical delineation <br/>4.2.Notable developments <br/>5.Particular Aspects of Regional Cooperation Deserving Attention<br/>5.1.Lack of clear direction <br/>5.2.Harmonisation<br/>5.3.Division in competence<br/>5.4.Sub-regional cooperation <br/>5.5.Overlap in membership<br/>6.The Role of the ICN <br/>6.1.Suitability<br/>6.2.Characteristics and operation<br/>6.3.Strengths with shortcomings <br/>7.Concluding Thoughts <br/>Rethinking Advocacy<br/>AIlan FELs <br/>1.Introduction <br/>2.Traditional Advocacy Approach <br/>2.1. Competition advocacy to build competition culture <br/>2.2.Competition Advocacy to Influence Government <br/>3.LimitationS of the Traditional Advocacy Approach<br/>3.1.The Magnitude of the Political Chailenge is Greater than that recognised under the Traditional Advocacy Approach <br/>3.2.Some Political Drivers for Competition Reform <br/>3.3.Implications for Competition Advocacy<br/>3.4.Impact oflnstitutional Arrangements on the Type and <br/>Effectiveness of Competition Advocacy <br/>4.Beyond Traditional Advocacy: A Policy Approach <br/>4.1.Australia's National Competition Policy <br/>5.Beyond Traditional Advocacy: An Incremental Approach<br/>5.1.Set the Scene for Reform <br/>5.2.Some Further General Observations<br/>6.Conclusion<br/>Antitrust Compliance - Encouraging Corporate Compliance Efforts<br/>Anne RILEY <br/>1.Introduction <br/>2. Attitude of Antitrust Agencies to Compliance Efforts - lhe Early Years<br/>3.Further Work by the ICN on Compliance<br/>4. What Have Companies Been Doing to Encourage Antitrust Compliance? <br/>5.Is Antitrust the "Poor Relation" in the Compliance World?<br/>6. The Winds ofChange - lhe Department of Justice Antitrust Division's New Approach to Corporate Compliance Programmes<br/>7. A Way Forward in Terms of Recognising Antitrust Compliance Efforts?<br/>8.Conclusjons <br/>The Devi] is in the Enforcement: Polish Merger Procedure in the Light of the ICN Guiding Principies and Best Practices<br/>Mateusz BLACHUCKI <br/>1.Introduction <br/>2.ICN Guidelines on Merger Procedure <br/>3.Merger Control in Poland - Overview of the System <br/>4.Polish Merger Procedure - Key Solutions <br/>4.1.Transparency of the merger proceedings <br/>4.2.Deadline for notification <br/>4.3.Pre-notification phase <br/>4.4.Party to the merger proceedings <br/>4.5.Public interest intervention<br/>4.6.Initiation of merger proceedings <br/>4.7.Statutory duration of merger proceedings <br/>4.8.Evidence in merger proceedings <br/>4.9.Access to files and information rights<br/>4.10.Protection ofbusiness secrets<br/>4.11.Remedies <br/>4.12.Decision-making process - overview <br/>5.Compatibility with and Discrepancies Between the ICN <br/>Recommendations and the Polish Regulation <br/>6.ICN Dilemma - How To Make the Recommendations Effective <br/>7.Conclusions<br/>ICN Due Process Initiatives over the Decades and the CAP's Promise of Accountability<br/>James F. RILL and Jana I. SEM <br/>1.Principal ICN Due Process Undertakings to Date<br/>2. Learning from the Work of Other Organizations During the ICN's SecondDecade <br/>3.The ICN's Third Decade Spent Fostering the CAP ad Leading It to Harness Its Future Potential<br/>4.Conclusion <br/>ICN Framework for Competition Agency Procedures (ICN CAP)<br/>Eddy DE SMIJTER and Filip KUBÍK <br/>1.ICN CAP Origins and the Wider Context<br/>1.1.The ICN and its previous work in the fieid ofprocedural Fairness<br/>1.2.The OECD's work in the fieid ofprocedural fairness <br/>1.3.The 2018 MFP initiative and its embedding within the ICN<br/>1.4.The ICN CAP<br/>2.Membership and Institutional Set-up <br/>2.1.A wide-reaching membership<br/>2.2.A light and flexible institutional set-up<br/>3.The Principies <br/>4.Transparency and Review <br/>5.Cooperation Process: Dialogue between ICN CAP participants<br/>6.Assessment of the ICN CAP <br/>The Second Decade of ICN in Brazil: An overview and perspectives for Latin America<br/>Paulo BURNIER DA SILVEIRA<br/>1.Introduction <br/>2.ICN Activities in Support of Competition Enforcement in Brazil<br/>2.1.Reform of the merger control system <br/>2.2. Reform of the framework for cartel settlements <br/>3.The Brazilian Efforts in Support of ICN Activities <br/>3.1.Active role in management positions <br/>3.2.Active role in hosting ICN events <br/>4.The Future Perspectives for ICN in Latin America <br/>5.References <br/>Engaging Economists in the ICN: Uniting under a Common Language<br/>Martin MANDORFF <br/>1.Introduction <br/>2.How Economists can Contribute to the ICN <br/>3.How Economists can Benefit from Participating in the ICN<br/>4.Conclusion: lhe Road Ahead <br/>The ICN at 20 - Looking ahead<br/>Margarida MATOS ROSA <br/>1.Origins and Key Aspects of the ICN <br/>2.What the Future Could Bring <br/>2.1. Enlargement and the implications of a global network <br/>2.2. Implementation - extracting value from the ICN<br/>2.3.Institutional engagement and positioning<br/>2.4.Embedding competition in other policies <br/>3.Final Words<br/>The ICN's Role in Transforming Cartel Enforcement<br/>Neil CAMPBELL and Guy PINSONNAULT<br/>1.Proliferation<br/>2.Agency Effectiveness <br/>3.Connectivity<br/>4.Cooperation <br/>S.The Leniency Program Consensus <br/>6.Concluding Observations<br/>Who is Global if Not the ICN? ICN Milestones and the Future of the Agencies Network<br/>Andreas MUNDT<br/>1.Intro <br/>2.Five Milestones<br/>2.1.lst milestone: How it ali started<br/>2.2. 2nd milestone: lhe first ICN Recommended Practices <br/>2.3. 3rd milestone: Opening the ICN to new topics - Flexible and member-driven <br/>2.4.4th milestone - lhe ICN CAP <br/>2.5.5th milestone -. lhe digital economy<br/>3.What can You Expect for the Future of ICN? <br/>Development of Competition Law as Reflected in the ICN<br/>Siún O'KEEFFE <br/>1.Introduction <br/>2.The Role of Economic Analysis in Competition Law<br/>3Vertical Agreements <br/>4.The Relevance of Institutional Design <br/>5.And there's more<br/>6.Conclusion <br/>Special Project on Sustainable Development and Competition Law: lhe Beginning ofan even more Beautiful Friendship?<br/>Csaba KovÁcs and Aranka NAGY <br/>1.Introduction <br/>2.Limited, but Expanding Case-Experience<br/>3.The Chalienge <br/>4.Means ofAgency Adaption<br/>5.The Internationai Dimension<br/>6.Conclusions<br/>Surveying the Surveys: lhe Drive for Implementation of the ICN's Recommended Practices for Merger Notification and Review Procedures<br/>Dave ANDERSON and Paul CULLIFORD<br/>1.Introduction <br/>2.The N&P RPs <br/>3.Assessing Conformity with the N&P RPs<br/>4. lhe Good News: A steady move towards implementation and conformity <br/>4.1. N&P RP II. 276<br/>4.2.N&P RP III<br/>4.3.N&P RP IV <br/>4.4. Conformity with and use of the N&P RPs generaily <br/>S.lhe Not-so-good News <br/>6. Conclusion: Continue the drive towards convergence - Some<br/>suggestions for the next decade<br/>The Next Frontier of International Cooperation in Competition Enforcement<br/>John PECMAN and Duy D PHAM <br/>1.Introduction<br/>2.Joint Investigative Teams<br/>3.Multilateral MOU <br/>4.Common Marker System <br/>5.Enhanced Extraterritorial Application of Competition Laws<br/>6.Renewed Commitment to Comity <br/>7.Concluding Remarks<br/>How ICN and UNCTAD Can Work Together in International Cartel Enforcement Beyond 2020. Experiences of the UNCTAD Discussion Group on International Cooperation<br/>Pierre M. HORNA <br/>1. The Work of the UN and UNCTAD on International Cooperation<br/>2. The Work of the ICN in the Area of International Cartel<br/>Enforcement Cooperation <br/>3.lhe Guiding Policies and Procedures under Section F of the UN Set <br/>on Competition (GPPSF) <br/>3.1.Adoption of the "Guiding Policies and Procedures under <br/>Section F of the UN Set on Competition" (GPPSF) in July 2019 326<br/>4.How the GPPSF can be Capitalised on/Build upon ICN Efforts in <br/>International Cooperation <br/>5.Recommendations: Towards a Voluntary Consultation Mechanism <br/>under Section F.4 of the UN Set of Competition <br/>6.Conclusion<br/>ICN's Evolution from Start-Up to Global Leader<br/>Leah McCo <br/>1.Meeting Lhe Needs of the Competition Comrnunity <br/>2.Employing a Flexible Structure for Engagement <br/>3. Embracing New Tools and Change<br/>4.Where to Next7 <br/>Governance Design of the Regulatory Network: The ICN as an Experimentalist Network?<br/>Yane SVETIEV <br/>1.Introduction <br/>2.Governance Design Modeis for the Regulatory Network <br/>2.1.Information and exchange <br/>2.2.Soft convergence <br/>2.3. ICN and the experimentalist regulatory network model<br/>3.Conclusion <br/>China's Competition Law and Policy m an International Comparative Context<br/>Huang YONG, Neli Lixia Zi-iou, and Tang JINGLUN <br/>1.Introduction <br/>2.A Young Jurisdictiori: The Healthy Evolution of China's AML<br/>3.Maturing of the Market: Fundamental Role of Competition Policy<br/>3.1.A baseline view on China's competition policy<br/>3.2.Establishment and reinforcement of the fundamental role of <br/>China's competition policy <br/>3.3.Evolving components of China's competition policy.<br/>4.The Rule ofLaw in Competition: The AML and the Fair <br/>Competition Review System<br/>4.1.Limitations of the AML against administrative monopoly<br/>4.2.Fair Competition Review system: background and process<br/>4.3.Fair Competition Review system: assessment and outlook<br/>5.China's Market Climate and Special Chailenges to the AML<br/>5.1.AML and market opening-up and expansion <br/>5.2.AML and industry transformation and upgrade <br/>5.3.AML and consumer welfare <br/>6.Outlook en the AML: International Convergence ofSubstance and <br/>Procedures<br/>6.1.Experience curve and professionalization <br/>6.2.Improvement of anti-monopoly enforcement procedures<br/>6.3.Resource constraints and institutional response<br/>7.Conclusions and Outlook<br/>Postscript<br/>The Times lhey are A-Changing: What ICN for the Next Decade?<br/>Alessandra TONA ZZI<br/>1.Introduction <br/>2. A Changing Landscape for Competition Enforcement and Policy<br/>3.Globalization and International Cooperation in Enforcement<br/>4.Readying the ICN for the Chalienges oflts Third Decade <br/>5.Conclusive Remarks <br/>The Role of the International Competition Network in the Digital Era Alejandra PALACIOS and Heidi SADA <br/>1.Introduction <br/>2.The International Competition Network Throughout the Years <br/>3.The Role of the ICN in the Digital Era <br/>The Economics of International Competition Policy: New Chailenges in the Light of Digitization?<br/>Oliver BUDZ!NSKI <br/>1.Introduction <br/>2.Cross-Border Externalities ofNational Competition Policies <br/>3.Costs and Burden ofMultiple Procedures<br/>4.Loopholes in the Protection of Competition<br/>5.Diversity of Societies and Economics<br/>6.The Role of the ICN in Its Third Decade <br/>Developments and Prospects for the Discussion and Regulation of "Abuse of Superior Bargaining Position" in the Digital Age<br/>Kazuyuki SUGIMOT0 <br/>1.Introduction <br/>2.Discussion at the ICN Kyoto Annual Conference <br/>2.1. Overview of the Special Program on Abuse of Superior Bargaining Position <br/>2.2.Report of the Special Program <br/>2.3.Panei discussion of the Special Program <br/>3.Developments in ICN Member Jurisdictions after the Kyoto Annual<br/>Conference <br/>4.Significance of the Regulation of Abuse of Superior Bargaining<br/>Position in the Digital Age <br/>5.Conclusion <br/>The Authors <br/>The Editors <br/>Index<br/><br/>
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