Thursday, February 11, 2021
David J. Gerber
- Concise introduction to the complicated subject of competition or antitrust law
- Book is structured in four sections that cover the elements of competition law, its targets, experiences, and globalization and the future of the field
- Highlights the similarities and differences of competition law across jurisdictions including the US, Europe, Asia, and Latin America
Competition, or Antitrust, law is now a global phenomenon. It operates in more than 100 countries and the relationships among competition law systems are often complex and opaque. Competition law is also new to many countries, which creates uncertainty about how decisions will be made in these jurisdictions. This makes it critically important to understand both the similarities and differences among the systems and the relationships between them.
A succinct introduction, this title breaks down the complicated and foreboding topic of competition law. Divided into four parts, this book covers the elements of competition laws, its decisions, targets, and globalization and the future of competition law. It also provides global context by looking at competition law in the US, Europe, and growing markets like Asia and Latin America. This title covers the most pressing issues of competition law in an informative and concise way.