Competition law and development edited by D. Daniel Sokol, Thomas K. Cheng, and Ioannis Lianos.
Contributor(s): Sokol, D. Daniel | Cheng, Thomas K | Lianos, Ioannis.Material type: BookSeries: Global competition law and economics.Publisher: California Standford Law Books 2014Description: viii,316p. illustrations ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780804785716.Subject(s): Antitrust law | Restraint of trade | Law and economic developmentDDC classification: 343.721
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Includes bibliographical references/ and index.
Economic development and global competition law convergence / David J. Gerber -- Is there a tension between development economics and competition? / Ioannis Lianos, Abel Mateus, and Azza Raslan -- Who needs antitrust? Or, Is developing-country antitrust different? A historical-comparative analysis / Aditya Bhattacharjea -- Competition law and development : lessons from the U.S. experience / Thomas C. Arthur -- Competition law in developing nations : the absolutist view / George L. Priest -- Resource constraints and competition law enforcement : theoretical considerations and observations from selected cross-country data / Vivek Ghosal -- Competition and development : what competition law regime? / Abel Mateus -- Prioritizing cartel enforcement in developing world competition agencies / D. Daniel Sokol and Andreas Stephan -- Contracts and cartels : reconciling competition and development policy / Barak D. Richman -- Your money and your life : the export of U.S. antitrust remedies / Harry First -- Rethinking competition advocacy in developing countries / Allan Fels and Wendy Ng -- Domestic and cross-border transfer of wealth / Ariel Ezrachi -- The patent-antitrust interface in developing countries / Thomas K. Cheng -- Embedding a competition culture : holy grail or attainable objective? / David Lewis -- India's tryst with "the Clayton Act moment" and emerging merger control jurisprudence : intersection of law, economics, and politics / Rahul Singh.