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Published: 11 March 2010

416 Pages


ISBN: 9780199228225

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Chapter 1

Global Competition

Law, Markets, and Globalization

David Gerber

  • Portrays the evolution of the legal framework for global competition providing analysis and insight necessary for understanding the forces that influence competition law on the international level — particularly valuable for scholars and policy makers
  • Analyzes the dynamics of the current system of laws relating to global competition, which reveals the forces currently influencing the global competition law system — useful for scholars, officials and practitioners
  • Provides an overview of competition law experience in key countries and how that experience affects global competition presenting a concise and convenient means for scholars, officials and practitioners to survey national competition law experience (not just the laws themselves).
  • Relates national competition law experience to international competition law developments, which will be uniquely valuable for all who wish to understand economic globalization and the role law plays in it
  • Identifies factors that will shape future of globalization providing guidance for those who will make, influence and predict decisions about global economic governance