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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Competition policy agendas for industrializing countries

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

Oliver Budzinski (Ilmenau University of Technology) and Maryam H. A. Beigi Mai offer Competition policy agendas for industrializing countries.

ABSTRACT: [Introduction ...] In this chapter, we attempt to sketch a competition policy agenda for industrializing countries that meet or come close to meeting several typical characteristics. Section 2 outlines these characteristics and thus specifies the addressees of our paper. Thereafter, section 3 discusses fundamental principles of a competition policy agenda for industrializing countries, in particular a focus on a rule-based approach, the special role of guidance, fairness considerations and the spirit of competition as well as the need for setting priorities. Section 4 exemplifies more specifically what these principles imply for the actual competition policy agenda.

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