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Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Research Handbook On International Competition Law

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

Ariel Ezrachi (Oxford) has edited the Research Handbook On International Competition Law. I am biased (having contributed a chapter) but the book looks good.

BOOK ABSTRACT: The Research Handbook on International Competition Law brings together leading academics, practitioners and competition officials to discuss the most recent developments in international competition law and policy. The book features 22 contributions covering a wide range of subjects. Topical chapters discuss competition in developed and developing economies, enforcement trends, advocacy and regional and multinational cooperation. In addition, selected areas of law are reviewed through comparative analysis, these include; anticompetitive agreements, abuse of dominant market position, and merger control worldwide. Antitrust enforcement in the pharmaceutical industry and the interface between competition law and intellectual property law are also examined in detail.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

PART I: INTRODUCTION

1. Setting the Scene: The Scope and Limits of ‘International Competition Law’ Ariel Ezrachi

PART II: FROM UNILATERAL ENFORCEMENT TO COOPERATION NETWORKS

2. Competition Law and Extraterritoriality Florian Wagner-von Papp

3. Competition Agency Networks Around the World Imelda Maher and Anestis Papadopoulos

4. Building Global Antitrust Standards: The ICN’s Practicable Approach Hugh M. Hollman, William E. Kovacic and Andrew S. Robertson

5. ‘Jaw-jaw’ not ‘Law-law’ – from Treaties to Meetings: The Increasing Informality and Effectiveness of International Cooperation Philip Marsden

6. The Role of NGOs in Competition Law Enforcement Pradeep S. Mehta, Udai S. Mehta and Cornelius Dube

7. Greater International Convergence and the Behavioural Antitrust Gambit Maurice E. Stucke

PART III: ENFORCEMENT CHALLENGES WORLDWIDE

8. Paths to Competition Advocacy Allan Fels and Wendy Ng

9. Competition Law and Developing Economies: Between ‘Informed Divergence’ and International Convergence Kathryn McMahon

10. Private and Public Enforcement: Complements, Substitutes and Conflicts – A Global Perspective Donald I. Baker

11. Criminal Sanctions for Cartels – the Jury is Still Out Caron Beaton-Wells

12. Cartels, Extradition and Concurrent Criminal Prosecution Michael O’Kane

PART IV: COMPARATIVE REVIEW OF LAWS AND PROCEDURES

13. Merger Control: Key International Norms and Differences D. Daniel Sokol and William Blumenthal

14. Unilateral Conduct: The Search for Global Standards Giorgio Monti

15. Market Power – the Root of All Evil? A Comparative Analysis of the Concepts of Market Power, Dominance and Monopolisation Hedvig Schmidt

16. Drawing the Boundary between Joint and Unilateral Conduct: Parent–Subsidiary Relationships and Joint Ventures Alison Jones

17. Resale Price Maintenance in Comparative Perspective Ulf Bernitz

18. Innovation, IPRs and EU Competition Law: Cross Currents in the EU/US Debate Steven Anderman

19. Recent US FTC Antitrust–IP Interface Developments Alden F. Abbott and Dina Kallay

20. The Patent–Competition Interface in Asia: A Regional Approach? Thomas K. Cheng

21. Competition Law and Enforcement in the Pharmaceutical Industry Michael A. Carrier

22. The Consumer and Competition Policy: Welfare, Interest and Engagement Phil Evans

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