Competition policy and trade policy

mediating the interface
  • 54 Pages
  • 3.53 MB
  • English
Canadian Law and Economics Association c/o Faculty of Law, University of Toronto , [Toronto]
Competition -- Canada., Foreign trade regulation -- Ca
Statementby Michael J. Trebilcock.
SeriesLaw and economics working paper series -- WPS-37 (1995)
ContributionsCanadian Law and Economics Association., University of Toronto. Faculty of Law.
The Physical Object
Pagination54 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16999836M

Competition Policy and International Trade James Levinsohn. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in December NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment This paper presents a non-technical discussion of economic issues that arise due to links between competition (or anti-trust) policy and international by: This volume examines a range of issues relating to the inter-relationships among competition policy, intellectual property rights, and international trade and investment flows in today’s global.

Let me put it simple. It is the best book on competition policy in the market. Well written, intuitive and insightful. It covers most of the important topics on competition policy. I can even say, that most of the literature on Industrial Organization starts making sense after reading this by: This is the first book to provide a systematic treatment of the economics of antitrust (or competition policy) in a global context.

It draws on the literature of industrial organisation and on original analyses to deal with such important issues as cartels, joint-ventures, mergers, vertical contracts, predatory pricing, exclusionary practices, and price discrimination, and to formulate policy Cited by:   The Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade (JICT) publishes research on the microeconomic foundations of industrial strategy, innovation, competition, and trade policy, concentrating on the functioning of markets for goods and services.

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The journal’s primary aim is to bridge the gaps between economic theory, empirical analysis and economic policy, and to provide a forum. 5 1 INTRODUCTION Competition policy, today, is an essential element of the legal and institutional framework for the global economy.1 Whereas decades ago, anti-competitive practices tended to be viewed principally as a domestic phenomenon,2 most facets of competition law enforcement now have an important international dimension.

Competition policy is a powerful tool for complementing efforts to alleviate poverty and bring about shared prosperity. An effective competition policy involves measures that enable contestability and firm entry and rivalry, while ensuring the enforcement of antitrust laws and state aid control.

Competition Policy 3 Competition Policy and Trade in the Global Economy: Towards and Integrated Approach Eduardo Pérez Motta on behalf of the E15 Expert Group on Competition Policy and the Trade System January Note The policy options paper is the result of a collective process Competition policy and trade policy book all members of the E15 Expert Group.

A step ahead: competition policy for shared prosperity and inclusive growth (English) Abstract. Sustainable economic development has played a major role in.

Traditionally, competition and international trade policies have followed separate paths. While trade liberalisation addresses obstacles to business transactions across national borders, competition law tackles business conducts affecting the competitive process, including collusion among competitors, monopolisation, and anti-competitive mergers.

The links between trade policy and competition have received intense scrutiny in recent years. Current interest in the policy community follows a long period during which many of the basic tenets of modern industrial organization theory were integrated into the core of mainstream trade theory.

Win a copy of Paper Dolls by Lisa Bradley in this week’s Fabulous book competition terms and conditions trademarks or trade names of News Group Newspapers Limited. complaints policy. International Trade: Theory and Policy presents a variety of international trade models including the Ricardian model, the Heckscher-Ohlin model, and the monopolistic competition model.

It includes trade policy analysis in both perfectly competitive and imperfectly competitive markets. Both competition policy and the World Trade Organization (“WTO”) aim to promote and maintain a free and open trading system.

The WTO’s task is to establish an international trading system based on a free and open market, and competition policy that covers both domestic and international markets.

However, the similarity of their purposes and objectives is unmistakable. The Antitrust Revolution: Economics, Competition, and Policy, 4/e,consists of a set of twenty original essays on important recent antitrust cases,commissioned and edited by John E.

Kwoka, Jr. and Lawrence J. White. Each essaydiscusses a single case and was written by an economist who actuallyparticipated in the case.

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Publisher Summary. This chapter describes trade policies in the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (CMEA). Although, the role of prices in most partially decentralized centrally planned economies (CPEs) continues much the same as in the traditional model, for economies that depend on substantial foreign trade a more effective linkup between domestic and trade sectors is crucial.

Trade Policy and Economic Welfare expounds the normative theory of trade policy. It includes discussion of static and dynamic arguments for protection, especially the infant industry argument; effects of trade policy on income distribution, monopoly, X-efficiency, foreign investment, and capital accumulation; protection of advanced-technology industries; and the choice between tariffs and.

Parallel Trade in Pharmaceuticals: Firm Responses and Competition Policy - Chapter 13 - International Antitrust Law & Policy: Fordham Competition Law The PDF/E-Book products and information available for purchase on this website are either owned by or licensed to Juris and are protected by the intellectual property laws of the United.

The need to incorporate elements of competition policy into international trade rules has long been discussed in the context of making the international trade regime more effective. The issue has gained more attention as state-owned enterprises (SOEs) began to emerge as new influential players in the international market, competing with private.

The notorious Microsoft case offers a useful lens to examine copyright, patents, and trade secrets, and the authors take the opportunity to contemplate competition policy in.

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Session One | Political Developments and Global Approaches to Competition Policy - This session will explore how major political shifts, competing national political priorities, waning efforts on trade liberalization, and rising anti-globalization sentiments are affecting competition policy and antitrust regulation.

Abstract. As the title of this book (Transportation Policy and Economic Regulation: Essays in Honor of Theodore Keeler) suggests, Theodore Keeler has had a tremendous impact on the field of transportation economics, in assessing the impacts and appropriateness of various policies and in helping to shape regulatory policies concerning the transportation industries.

Options for trade and competition policy coherence --International options to improve the coherence between trade and competition policies --Core principles, common approaches and common standards --Bilateral and multilateral approaches --Note on terminology: follow-up to work on international options to improve coherence between trade and.

Under the free trade policy is understood the minimum of state interference in foreign trade, which developed on the basis of free market forces of supply and demand, and under the protectionism - the state policy, which provides the protecting of the domestic market from foreign competition through the use of tariff and non-tariff trade policy.

Recently competition policy has become an important trade policy issue, since many policy makers now see competition policy as an important instrument to secure market access' to foreign markets.

This paper analyzes this issue both from a theoretical point of view and from the review of the recent development of the Japanese competition policy.

For instance, the Statements of Antitrust Enforcement Policy in Health Care set out a "safety zone" for data exchanges: (1) that are gathered and managed by a third party (like a trade association); (2) involve data more than three months old; and (3) involve at least five participants, where no individual participant accounts for more than 25%.

Free Trade versus Fair Trade By Stencel, John Denver Journal of International Law and Policy, Vol. 36, No.Summer-Fall Read preview Overview Trade Protectionism Revisited - Background, Outcomes, and Analysis By Abboushi, Suhail Competition Forum, Vol.

6, No. 2, January 1, A comprehensive account of the decades-long, multiple antitrust actions against Microsoft and an assessment of the effectiveness of antitrust law in the digital age.

For more than two decades, the U.S. Department of Justice, various states, the European Commission, and many private litigants pursued antitrust actions against the tech giant Microsoft.

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Free trade, also called laissez-faire, a policy by which a government does not discriminate against imports or interfere with exports by applying tariffs (to imports) or subsidies (to exports). A free-trade policy does not necessarily imply, however, that a country abandons all control and taxation of.

Description. International Economics, the best-selling textbook in the field, is written by two of the world's preeminent economists. Both the real trade portion of the book and the monetary portion are divided into a core of chapters focused on theory, followed by chapters applying the theory to major policy questions, past and current.Competition law is a law that promotes or seeks to maintain market competition by regulating anti-competitive conduct by companies.

Competition law is implemented through public and private enforcement. Competition law is known as antitrust law in the United States for historical reasons, and as "anti-monopoly law" in China and previous years it has been known as trade practices .This is the first book to provide a systematic treatment of the economics of antitrust (or competition policy) in a global context.

It draws on the literature of industrial organisation and on original analyses to deal with such important issues as cartels, joint-ventures, mergers, vertical contracts, predatory pricing, exclusionary practices, and price discrimination, and to formulate policy.