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Author Faure, M.
Title The Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law [electronic resource] : New Developments and Empirical Evidence.
Publication Info. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013.
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Description 1 online resource.
Series New horizons in competition law and economics.
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Contents Cover; Copyright; Contents; Figures; Tables; Contributors; Abbreviations; Introduction/Editorial foreword; PART I Recent Developments in the Anti-Monopoly Law; 1. Recent developments; 2. Abuse of administrative power to restrict competition in China: four reflections, two ideas and a thought; 3. Leniency and compliance: toward an effective leniency policy in the Chinese Anti -- Monopoly Law; PART II Anti-Monopoly Law: Practice and Cases; 4. Market, regulation and state-building in China; 5. Research on the intensity and effect of industrial administrative monopoly in China
6. A comparative study on welfare results of nonlinear and linear pricing: based on a symmetric duopoly market7. The effect of the Chinese telecommunications reform on industrial growth: 1994-2007; 8. Relevant product market definition of antitrust cases in the internet industry:taking the Baidu cases as examples; PART III European Perspectives on the Anti-Monopoly Law; 9. The modernisation of the EU competition law regime: institutional design lessons for China?; 10. Market definition under attack: how relevant is the relevant market?
11. Competition law and market integration -- a European perspective12. Competition advocacy and case law in Europe: the case of the liberal professions; PART IV Conclusions: Future look; Conclusions: future look; Index
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
Added Author Zhang, X.
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Related To Print version: Faure, M. The Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law : New Developments and Empirical Evidence Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing,c2013 9781781003237
ISBN 9781781003244
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