Reconciling Efficiency And Equity
A Global Challenge For Competition Policy
Provides a new conceptualization of competition law as economic inequality and its interaction with efficiency become of central concern to policy and decision-makers.
|Titel:||Reconciling Efficiency And Equity|
|auteur:||Gerard, Damien (EDT)/ Lianos, Ioannis (EDT)|
|Uitgever:||Cambridge University Press|
|Plaats van publicatie:||03|
|Afmetingen:||234 x 157 x 29|
Introduction Damien Gerard and Ioannis Lianos; Part I. Framing the Tension between Equity and Efficiency as a Global Challenge for Competition Policy: The Vision of a Pioneer: 1. Eleanor Fox: insights from an outsider Diane Wood; 2. Citizen Fox and the vision of antitrust cosmopolitanism Philip Marsden and Spencer Weber Waller; Part II. Reconciling Equity and Efficiency: The Challenge of Making Markets Work for People: Section 1. Competition for the People: 3. The poverty of competition law – the short story Ioannis Lianos; 4. The social contract: should we recalibrate competition law to limit inequality? Michal Gal; 5. Oligarchies, competition and development Abel M. Mateus; 6. Promoting competition reforms for the benefit of ordinary people Pradeep S. Mehta; 7. Competition (law), access to telecommunication technologies and development Mor Bakhoum; 8. Competition law prescriptions and competitive outcomes: insights from Southern and East Africa Simon Roberts; Section 2. Competition against Power: 9. The Australian controversy over abuse of market power law – a study in political economy Alan Fels; 10. Competition against power: the puzzle of the personal butler Ariel Ezrachi and Maurice Stucke; 11. Economic efficiency versus democracy: on the potential role of competition policy in regulating digital markets in times of post-truth politics Josef Drexl; Section 3. Competition, Inequality and Industrial Policy: 12. Competition policy and industrial policy: mortal enemies or potential allies? David Lewis; 13. Antitrust, industrial policy and economic populism Daniel D. Sokol; Part III. Reconciling Equity and Efficiency: The Challenge of Effective Antitrust Enforcement: Section 1. Designing Effective Enforcement Systems: 14. The role of competition culture Albert A. Foer; 15. Formula for success: a Formula One approach to understanding competition law system performance William Kovacic; 16. Evaluating the performance of competition agencies: the limits of assessment methodologies and their policy implications Edward M. Iacobucci and Michael J. Trebilcock; 17. Toward a realistic comparative assessment of private antitrust enforcement Dan Crane; 18. Antitrust enforcement in the US and the EU: a comparison of the two federal systems Daniel L. Rubinfeld; 19. Galvanising national competition authorities in the European Union Giorgio Monti; Section 2. Effective Coordination of Enforcement Systems: A Global Governance Perspective: 20. Extraterritoriality and the question of jurisdiction in competition law Dennis Davis; 21. Competition enforcement, trade, and global governance Petros C. Mavroidis and Damien J. Neven; 22. Competition enforcement cooperation and the dynamics of convergence Damien Gerard; Afterword: 23. Competition policy at the intersection of equity and efficiency: the developed and developing worlds Eleanor M. Fox.
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