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This book considers important trends and issues affecting Competition Law in the UK. "The reader will find not merely a detailed account of competition law in the UK over the last 10 years, in all its many facets, but considerable insight into the strengths and weaknesses of the UK system, and some interesting pointers for the future." - Sir Christopher Bellamy. 'Ten Years of UK Competition Law Reform' is an invaluable text for students, academics and those working within the legal profession. 1 The Role of the OFT in UK Competition Law (Richard Whish) 2 The Early Case Law of the Competition Appeal Tribunal (David Bailey) 3 UK Competition Law and Private Litigation (Barry J Rodger) 4 The Consistency Principle: Section 60 of the Competition Act 1998 (Ben Rayment) 5 A Welfare-Based Competition Policy under Structuralist Constraints: Abuse of Dominance and OFT Practice (Renato Nazzini) 6 Utilities Regulators and the Competition Act 1998 (Georgio Monti) 7 Between Scylla and Charybdis: Market Investigations and the Consumer Interest (Christian Ahlborn and Daniel Piccinin) 8 The Competition Commission, Merger Control and the SLC Test (Nigel Parr) 9 Economic Analysis in UK Competition Law after CA 1998 (Morten Hviid) 10 Outgrowing the European Administrative Model? Ten Years of British Anti-Cartel Enforcement (Alan Riley) 11 The Cartel Offence: Is Honesty the Best Policy? (Angus MacCulloch) Tables and an index are included.
|Number of pages||320|
|Publication status||Published - Feb 2010|
- competition law