European Competition Law Annual:[ Livros ] Publicado por : Hart Publishing, (Portland, Estados Unidos:) Detalhes físicos: 610 p. ISBN:9781841136123. Ano: 2006 Tipo de Material: Livros
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Table of Cases
PANEL ONE: ECONOMIC ASPECTS
INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT BY MARIO MONTI DISCUSSION
I Benito Arruflada: Managing Competition in Professional Services and the Burden of lnertia
II Amelia Fletcher: The Liberal Professions—Getting the Regulatory Balance Right
III Marc Hameleers, Jeroen van den Heuvel Rijnders and Sander Baljé: Towards a Smarter Protection of Public Interests in the Liberal Professions
IV Harald Herrmann: Antitrust Law Compliance and Professional Governance: How Can the European Commission Trigger Competitive SeIf-regulation?
V Frédéric Jenny: Regulation, Competition and the Professions
VI Frank H Stephen: The Market Failure Justfication for the Regulation of Professional Service Markets and the Characteristics of Consumers
VII Roger van den Bergh: Towards Efficient Self-regulation in Markets for Professional Services
PANEL TWO: LEGAL ISSUES
I Pamela Brumter Coret: Freedom of Establishment and Freedom to Provide Services for Regulated Professions in the Internal Market: New Initiatives by the Commission
II John D Cooke: Vocation as Commodity
III Harry First: Liberal or Learned2 European and US Antitrust Approaches to the Professions
IV lan S Forrester: Where Law Meets Competition: Is Wouters Like a Cassis de Dijon or A Platypus?
V Hans Gilliams: Competition Law and Public Interest: Do We Need to Change the Lawfor the (Liberal) Professions?
VI Calvin S Goidman and Benjamin R Little: The Regulated Conduct Defence in Canada
VII Luc Gyselen: Anti-competitive State Áction in the Área of Liberal Proftssions: An EU/US Comparative Law Perspective
VIII Wilhiam Kolasky: Antitrusi and the Liberal Professions: The US Experience
IX Santiago Martínez Lage and Rafael Aliendesalazar Corcho: Professions and Competition in Spain: A Long and Winding Road
X Assimakis P Komninos: Resolution of Conflicts in the Integrated Árticle 81 EC
PANEL THREE: INSTITUTIONAL/POLITICAL ISSUES
I Lowri Evans, Maija Laurita and Ruth Pasennan: Professional Services: Recent EU Developments and Work in Progress
II Alian Feis: The Australian Experience Concerning Law and the Professions
III William E Kovacic: Competition Policy Research and Development, Institutional Interdependency, and the Future Work of Competition Agencies in the Professions
IV Mark C Schechter and Christine C Wilson: The Learned Professions in the United States: Where Do We Stand Thirty Years after Goldfarb?
V Mario Siragusa: Critica! Remarks on the Commission 's Legal Analysis in its Report on Competition in Professional Services