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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.Economic issues play a pivotal role in competition enforcement. Integrating economic and legal analysis throughout, this work provides expert coverage of both the substantive and procedural law relating to merger control in the EU, considering EU and national case law. The key substantive and procedural issues in the US are also considered.
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Catalin S Rusu, European Competition Law Review The contribution of Kokkoris and Shelanski delivers exactly what it promises: a comprehensive legal and economic analysis of the EU merger control poilcy, providing valuable insights and guidance regaurding the manner in which concentration transactions are (or should be) appraised. For competition law practitioners, antitrust enforcers, and academics equally, this book is a definite must-read.
<br>Dr. Ioannis Kokkoris is a Reader at the University of Reading, where he teaches competition law and company law. He is also affiliated with LECG. Prior to that he was a Principal Case Officer/Economic Advisor at the Office of Fair Trading, UK where he dealt with leading cases such as NASDAQ/LSE and NYSE/Euronext, and he was a member of the drafting team of the UK Merger Guidelines. He has worked at the DG Competition European Commission, as well as the US Federal Trade Commission. <p><br>Professor Howard Shelanski is Professor of Law at Georgetown University. From 2009-2011 he was Deputy Director of the Bureau of Economics at the Federal Trade Commission. From 1999-2000 he served as Chief Economist of the Federal Communications Commission and from 1998-1999 he served as a Senior Economist for the President's Council of Economic Advisers at the White House. <br>
1. Introduction; 2. History of ECMR Regulation 4064/89; 3. Reform - Regulation 139/2004; 4. Concept of Concentration - Joint Ventures; 5. Community Dimension - Notification and Referral System; 6. Investigation and Decision Process; 7. Market Definition; 8. Market Shares and Concentration; 9. Horizontal Mergers - Noncoordinated Effects; 10. Horizontal Mergers - Coordinated Effects; 11. Nonhorizontal Mergers: Vertical Mergers; 12. Nonhorizontal Mergers: Conglomerate Mergers; 13. Barriers to Entry - Potential Competition; 14. Buyer Power Assessment; 15. Efficiency Assessment; 16. Failing Firm Defence; 17. Remedies; 18. Judicial Review; 19. Merger Control