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Mike Walker,Simon Bishop
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Mike Walker, Simon Bishop.

Mike Walker, Simon Bishop. This acclaimed work provides an overview of economic theory and analysis as it applies to European competition law, an area of steadily increasing importance as regulatory authorities have moved to adopt more economics-based concepts when deciding what constitutes non-competitive behaviour. It helps the practitioner address questions such as: what is meant by competition? What economic benefits is competition supposed to produce? What is meant by "effective" competition and how can it be measured?

ISBN13:9780421931909.

Simon Bishop, Mike Walker. Place of Publication. Economics Hardback Business, Economics & Industry Books in Japanese. Law Economics Hardback Adult Learning & University Books. Hardback Law Books in Ukrainian. Economics Hardback Business, Economics & Industry Books in Russian. Economics Hardback Business, Economics & Industry Books in Latin. Hardback Law Books in Artificial. This item doesn't belong on this page. The economics of competition law have grown steadily in importance as regulatory authorities have moved to adopt more economics-based concepts when deciding what constitutes non-competitive behaviour. Most of the key strands of competition enforcement - such as vertical restraints, joint dominance, portfolio power and abuse - now rest squarely on economic principles.

The economics of competition law have grown steadily in importance as regulatory authorities have moved to adopt more economics-based concepts when deciding what constitutes non-competitive behaviour. Most of the key strands of competition enforcement - such as vertical restraints, joint dominance, portfolio power and abuse - now rest squarely on economic principles

Bishop, Simon and Mike Walker (1999): The Economics of EC Competition Law. Sweet and Maxwell. Bishop, Simon and M. Darcey (1995): A Relevant Market Is Something Worth Monopolising.

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Simon Bishop and Mike Walker (2009) The Economics of EC Competition Law: Concepts, Application and .

Warwick University Library catalogue reference KC 1019. Dr. Chris Doyle, 1 October 2013, Version . Competition in the Brewing Industry Paper presented at the 2nd Beeronomics Conference The Economics of beer and brewing at Kardinal, Döpfner House in Munich, September 21st – 24th, 2011; Working Paper 11-10, Aarhus University, Business and Social Sciences, Department of Economics and Business. Effective competition. Forensic Economics in Competition Law Enforcement. Maarten Pieter Schinkel. The assessment of market power. Part II - Application.

This acclaimed work provides an overview of economic theory and analysis as it applies to European competition law, an area of steadily increasing importance as regulatory authorities have moved to adopt more economics-based concepts when deciding what constitutes non-competitive behaviour. It helps the practitioner address questions such as: what is meant by competition? What economic benefits is competition supposed to produce? What is meant by "effective" competition and how can it be measured? How does one define the relevant product and geographical market, and determine whether a firm or firms have individual or collective power over that market? * Clearly explains the concepts and analytical techniques that lawyers working in competition and mergers need to know * Makes a difficult subject accessible - written specifically for lawyers, explaining an unfamiliar subject in language they can understand * Looks at both economic theory and the empirical techniques employed in European competition law * Reinforces its explanations with examples drawn from Commission decisions and Court judgments