1 edition of Competition law and regulation of technology markets found in the catalog.
Competition law and regulation of technology markets
|LC Classifications||KJE6756 .C66 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 417 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||417|
|LC Control Number||2011411585|
The contributors to Competition Law and Economic Regulation: Addressing Market Power in southern Africa critically assess the efficacy of the competition and economic regulation frameworks, including the impact of a number of the regional competition authorities in a range of . Few issues in high technology are as divisive as the raging debate over competition, innovation, and antitrust. Why do certain products and technologies become dominant while others fail? Is there something about high technology that makes markets less dependable at choosing goods and services? Will the robust competition and technological advances of the past two decades continue?
Using examples from a wide range of jurisdictions, with a particular focus on the US and EU, this book will appeal to academics, policymakers and practitioners concerned with the increasingly important practical question of the interrelationship between competition law and economic by: 2. The Geo-blocking Regulation: a new tool in competition law enforcement. [Last update 22 March ] Combating geo-blocking has been high on the European Commission’s agenda for some time already, e.g. in the case of the sale of books based on national book prices.
About European Competition Law Annual This volume contains papers presented at the 17th Annual EU Competition Law and Policy Workshop, organized by Philip Lowe and Mel Marquis and held at the European University Institute on July Application of Competition Policy to High Tech Markets The OECD Competition Committee debated the application of competition policy to high technology markets in April This document includes an analytical note by the US Federal Trade Commission and .
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The influence of European Competition Law is global, and Competition Law and Regulation of Technology Markets takes a practical, integrated approach to competition law, which is becoming increasingly prominent in the technology sector in Europe - as demonstrated by a number of high profile cases such as Microsoft, Sony/BMG and Intel.
The book focuses on the information, communication Cited by: 9. The influence of European Competition Law is global, and Competition Law and Regulation of Technology Markets takes a practical, integrated approach to competition law, which is becoming increasingly prominent in the technology sector in Europe - as demonstrated by a number of high profile cases such as Microsoft, Sony/BMG and Intel.
Competition Law and Regulation of Technology Markets is a very valuable work and will become a leading Competition law and regulation of technology markets book in the field. Although intended to be, in the author's view, mainly a reference text for practitioners, it will certainly reach a much wider : Riccardo Sciaudone.
The title poses the conundrum: ‘Competition law and the Regulation of Technology Markets’. This is a conundrum because it could be argued that the book is concerned with technology law.
Whether there is such a things as technology law or law that applies to technology markets is a question posed at the outset and one to which this review. Competition Law and Regulation of Technology Markets takes a practical, integrated approach to EU and US competition law and regulation in the technology sector - including major trans-Atlantic cases such as Microsoft, Google/Doubleclick, and Intel, and important comparative issues such as refusal to supply (Microsoft, Trinko), margin squeeze (Deutsche Telekom, Telefonica, EU Author: Kevin Coates.
Competition Law and Regulation of Technology Markets: review in Concurrences Journal E!Sharp column on the European Commission’s fining policy Competition Law and Regulation of Technology Markets: Another Endorsement. Competition analysis has traditionally focused on fixed or increased prices, restricted outputs and shared markets as sources of competitive harm in static markets.
By contrast, in many technology markets, some of which demonstrate complex. The conference will comprise four panels on: Market Definition and Market Power in Digital Markets, Regulation vs. Competition in Digital Markets, Vertical Restraints in Technology-Driven Markets and Goods and Data in Online Markets (I will be taking part in.
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 law.
Prior to that, he has worked for the Merger Task Force in the European Commission, and as a research assistant to Professor Whish (King's) and to Professor Kaplow (Harvard). He is a co-editor of the Competition Law Journal.
He also assists with the running of the Association of European Competition Law Judges and the UK Association of European Law. This book also considers the broader issues, addressing the possible remedies to be imposed in the case of restrictions on digital markets.
This timely book asserts that whilst the digital economy is currently in its infancy, competition law should play a crucial role in shaping the competitive digital ecosystem. This book has been cited by the following publications.
Niamh Dunne undertakes a systematic exploration of the relationship between competition law and economic regulation as legal mechanisms of market control. Beginning from a theoretical assessment of these legal instruments as discrete mechanisms, the author goes on to address numerous Cited by: 2.
I will conclude that (i) competition law enforcers’ intervention in digital markets is appropriate and desirable, when the circumstances of a case justify it; (ii) competition law cannot deal with all perceived issues in a given market.
However, it is the right tool to remedy distortions to competition caused by market by: 1. The influence of European Competition Law is global, and Competition Law and Regulation of Technology Markets takes a practical, integrated approach to competition law, which is becoming increasingly prominent in the technology sector in Europe - as demonstrated by a number of high.
Competition Law as Regulation provides numerous insights from competition scholars on new trends at the interface of competition law and sector-specific regulation.
By relying on the experiences of a considerable number of different jurisdictions, and applying a comparative approach to the topic, this book constitutes an important addition to.
Advice to the European Commission: sharpen your competition law enforcement tools for digital markets. On 4 Aprilthe European Commission published a long-awaited report on Competition Policy for the Digital Era, prepared by three academic experts.
"Fairness" is as old as competition law itself. Standing on the floor of the U.S. Senate inSenator Sherman explained that his bill was about ensuring "free and fair competition". Likewise, the Spaak Report of – when the EU competition rules were first discussed – File Size: KB.
EU Regulation and Competition Law in the Transport Sector. Second Edition. Edited by Luis Ortiz Blanco and Ben Van Houtte. Provides an accessible overview of EU competition rules in the transport sector; Addresses the emergence of a regulatory framework for different transport needs.
United Kingdom competition law is affected by both British and European elements. The Competition Act and the Enterprise Act are the most important statutes for cases with a purely national dimension. However, if the effect of a business' conduct would reach across borders, the European Commission has competence to deal with the problems, and exclusively EU law would apply.
About Experimentalist Competition Law and the Regulation of Markets. The principal aim of this book is to chart the emergence of experimentalist governance in the implementation of EU competition law as a combined response both to subsidiarity concerns in EU federalism and to an increasingly dynamic and heterogeneous economic environment.
Regulation and Markets provides the up to date, integrated analysis of regulatory policies and the administrative process that is needed in today's field of regulation economics. The book takes a modern perspective, using the tools of industrial organization and game theory.
It is the only unified treatment of the field and combines theoretical models with consideration of public policy issues.1. The relationship between the digital economy, competition law and innovation. This stream will analyse the role of competition law in shaping the digital economy, the evolving role for competition authorities in the digital world, and explore further work on multi-sided markets.
2. Challenges posed to prevailing antitrust tools and approaches. Particularly important are the complex tradeoff problems between benefits and costs of privacy and disclosure. This paper claims that it is not sufficient to look for policy solutions only in one field of the law, as, e.g.
competition law or data protection law, rather an integrated approach from different regulatory perspectives is by: