5 edition of role of economic analysis in the EC competition rules found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 431-446) and index.
|Statement||by Doris Hildebrand.|
|Series||European monographs ;, 17|
|LC Classifications||KJE6456 .H55 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 469 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||469|
|LC Control Number||98016550|
The Equality Principle in EU Competition Law 3 More Economics Based Approach/European School 5 Other Schools of Thought in Competition Law 5 Tensions between Different Schools of Thought? 6 The Confusion 6 Differences between the European Approach and Chicago Scholars 7 Aim of This Book 9. European competition law is the competition law in use within the European Union. It promotes the maintenance of competition within the European Single Market by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies to ensure that they do not create cartels and monopolies that would damage the interests of society.. European competition law today derives mostly from articles to of the.
Definition. In economics, a market is a coordinating mechanism that uses prices to convey information among economic entities (such as firms, households and individuals) to regulate production and his seminal article "The Nature of the Firm", Ronald Coase wrote: "An economist thinks of the economic system as being coordinated by the price economic theory . This process will form an important part of the work of the new European Commission, which took up its duties in December In particular, it has taken up the ambitious task of designing a new European industrial strategy and of advancing the review of the antitrust, mergers and State aid rules. Competition Policy Tools. Broadly speaking.
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about the First Edition: ` This book is not only a very special contribution to academic thinking about the role of competition policy in today's society, it is also valuable for legal practitioners to gain a better understanding of the law and the use of economic analysis in the application of the : $ In order to apply EC competition rules meaningfully and to good purpose, some knowledge of economic analysis is essential.
This volume focuses on the emerging "European School" and the first experiences in the application of this more economics-based : Doris Hildebrand. 1 Modernization of the EC Competition Rules Regulation 1/ The European Competition Network (ECN) Guidelines on the Application of Article 81(3) Other Documents in the Package 2 Economic Analysis in Article 81(1) Economic Analysis of Object and Effect The Debate The role of economic analysis in the EC competition rules: Kluwer Law International.
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Click and Collect from your local Book Edition: 3rd Revised Edition. The Role of Economic Analysis in the EC Competition Rules Doris Hildebrand, European Monogra The Hague, London, Boston, Kluwer Law International,xiii + pages, ISBN Joachim Jickeli 1 European Business Organization Law Review volume 1, pages – () Cite this article.
The Role of Economic Analysis in EU Competition Law, in its revised and updated fourth edition, explores the full spectrum of the development of European economic approach in competition law. She publishes extensively on competition economics including her book on “The Role of Economic Analysis in the EU Competition Rules – The European School” which is currently in the 4th edition.
Hildebrand is member of the ICC Commission on Competition, the editorial board of “World Competition” and a regular speaker at conferences. The European law stresses on ‘effective competition’ in which the emphasis is on the effect of competition on consumer welfare.
Competition Policy, which has been included in the list of community activities set out in Article 3 of the Treaty of Rome, has played an important role in the achievement of single European market integration, particularly after the enlargement of the European.
Beginning in the s, however, the agencies charged with antitrust enforcement and then later the courts began to use economic analysis in order, respectively, to decide what cases to bring and to review the merits of those cases.
Today economic analysis plays a vital role in the enforcement of antitrust laws at all levels. Chapter II. Competition Rules 7 A. EUROPEAN COMPETITION POLICY 7 1. The Community as an Open Market Economy 8 2. Competition Policy and Economic Policy 10 3. Community Objectives 12 4.
Competition Policy and Industrial Policy 16 5. Institutions of the Community 19 The Commission 19 The Role of the EC Courts 21 B. THE EC COMPETITION.
Role of economic analysis in the EC competition rules. The Hague ; New York: Kluwer Law International, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Doris Hildebrand. It is clear that sound economic analysis is central to competition policy.
In turn, competition policy shapes fundamental economic decisions by business on investment, on consolidation and on pricing. As a competition authority, the Commission therefore has a clear responsibility to ground its work in sound and up to date economics.
The tradition of analysing legal rules and institutions from an economic point of view persisted at the University of Chicago and became much more widespread with the publication in of then-Professor Richard Posner’s Economic Analysis of Law. Byvirtually all the leading law schools had appointed economists, some of whom also.
DTI Conference London Nov 9th 5 The use of economics at DG COMP n (a) economic analysis in cases – identifying theories of harm n (b) economic analysis for guidelines n more general and more long-term n simple rules, yet economically sound n (c) economic analysis as R&D n Market monitoring n ex-post R&D (Type I and II analysis) – more needs to be done in.
The Role of Economic Analysis in EU Competition Law, i n its revised and updated fourth edition, explores the full spectrum of the development of European economic approach in competition law.
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[Doris Hildebrand]. The role and scope of modern economic analysis in competition policy in Europe has been changing. Characterizing this change as one towards a “more economic approach” could be misleading. Indeed, antitrust and merger analysis has been based on economics for a long time.
The question for.Niamh Dunne undertakes a systematic exploration of the relationship between competition law and economic regulation as legal mechanisms of market control.
Beginning from a theoretical assessment of these legal instruments as discrete mechanisms, the author goes on to address numerous facets of the substantive interrelationship between.In its Best Practices for the Submission of Economic Evidence and Data Collection in cases concerning the application of Articles and TFEU and in Merger cases the Office of Chief Economist defined the scope and purpose of economic analysis as follow: "Economic analysis plays a central role in competition enforcement.
Economics as a.