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Published: 19 March 2009

774 Pages

246x171mm

ISBN: 9780199535316


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Goyder's EC Competition Law

Fifth Edition

Joanna Goyder and Albertina Albors-Llorens

Oxford European Union Law Library

  • Provides an excellent historical overview of the evolution of EC Competition Law
  • Although very thorough in coverage, it remains concise, making it the ideal length for postgraduates or for single semester undergraduate courses
  • Professor Goyder's vast experience as a practitioner enabled him to write a text that helps readers not only access the academic aspects of the subject, but also to comprehend the practical issues that surround it
  • Close attention is paid to comparative material, particularly US antitrust law, giving readers a global insight into the area
  • Invaluable analysis of the connections between competition law and economics is provided
  • Part of the Oxford EC Law Library series edited by Francis Jacobs

New to this Edition:

  • An Online Resource Centre providing an additional chapter on Intellectual Property Rights
  • Further reading sections added to the end of each chapter to aid further research
  • Inclusion of recent decisions of the European Commission and of the Community judicature in the interpretation of Articles 81 and 82 EC
  • Discussion of the new 2004 Commission Notice on Effect on Trade between Member States
  • Examination of the impact of the Commission Modernisation Programme on the application of Article 81(3) EC and consideration of the review of Article 82 EC launched by the Commission
  • More detailed examination of abuses of collective dominance and problems that arise in the application of EC Competition rules to oligopolistic markets
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