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The Resource Annual proceedings of the Fordham Competition Law Institute : international antitrust law & policy, editor, Barry E. Hawk

Annual proceedings of the Fordham Competition Law Institute : international antitrust law & policy, editor, Barry E. Hawk

Label
Annual proceedings of the Fordham Competition Law Institute : international antitrust law & policy
Title
Annual proceedings of the Fordham Competition Law Institute
Title remainder
international antitrust law & policy
Statement of responsibility
editor, Barry E. Hawk
Title variation
International antitrust law & policy
Creator
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
CGQ
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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2006
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Fordham Competition Law Institute
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Hawk, Barry E.
  • Fordham University
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  • Antitrust law
  • Antitrust law (International law)
  • Competition
  • Arms transfers
  • Defense industries
  • Consolidation and merger of corporations
  • Restraint of trade
  • Cartels
  • Competition, Unfair
  • Industrial policy
  • Industrial policy
  • Monopolies
  • Exclusive contracts
  • Restraint of trade
  • Antitrust law
Label
Annual proceedings of the Fordham Competition Law Institute : international antitrust law & policy, editor, Barry E. Hawk
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "Fordham Competition Law Institute, 2007."
  • "2006 Competition Law Institute"--Cover
  • "Fordham University School of Law"--Spine
  • Institute held in New York City on September 14 and 15, 2006
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws
  • Claes Norgren
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws: the U.S. model - a Canadian perspective
  • Sheridan Scott
  • Preventing and sanctioning anticompetitive conduct: effective use of administrative and criminal sanctions, leniency programmes and private action in the EU
  • Philip Lowe
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws: roundtable
  • A. Paul Victor,
  • Thomas O. Barnett,
  • John Fingleton,
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws: the U.S. model
  • Leslie W. Jacobs,
  • Philip Lowe,
  • Claes Norgren,
  • Sheridan Scott
  • Industrial policy and competition : developing countries as victims and users
  • Eleanor M. Fox,
  • Dennis Davis
  • Toward the development of a unified trans-Atlantic defense procurement market
  • William E. Kovacic
  • Industrial policy and competition law and policy
  • Thomas O. Barnett
  • Neelie Kroes
  • Industrial policy and competition law and policy in Mexico
  • Eduardo Pérez Motta
  • Industrial policy and competition law and policy: roundtable
  • Ferdinand Hermanns,
  • Eleanor M. Fox,
  • William Kovacic,
  • Philip Lowe,
  • Eduardo Pérez Motta,
  • Christian Stoffaës
  • The fight against cartels: is a "mixed" approach to enforcement the answer?
  • John Fingleton,
  • Marie-Barbe Girard,
  • Simon Williams
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws: problems with the U.S. model
  • Leslie W. Jacobs
  • J. William Rowley,
  • Omar K. Wakil
  • International mergers: merger in small economies
  • Walter A. Stoffel
  • International mergers: roundtable
  • Michael D. Blechman,
  • Robert Pitofsky,
  • Walter Stoffel,
  • J. William Rowley,
  • Randolph W. Tritell
  • Coordinated effects in merger review: quantifying the payoffs from collusion
  • Signposts of anticompetitive exclusion: restraints on innovation and economies of scale
  • Herbert Hovenkamp
  • Defining exclusionary conduct under Section 2: the case for non-universal standards
  • Marina Lao
  • The burden of proof in Article 82 cases
  • Emil Paulis
  • The controversy over the proper antitrust standard for anticompetitive exclusionary conduct
  • Steven C. Salop
  • Identifying single-firm exclusionary conduct: from vague concepts to administrable rules
  • Gregory J. Werden
  • William E, Kovacic,
  • General approaches to defining abusive/monopolistic practices: roundtable
  • A. Douglas Melamed,
  • Herbert Hovenkamp,
  • Marina Lao,
  • Emil Paulis,
  • Steven C. Salop,
  • Gregory J. Werden
  • Robert C. Marshall,
  • Leslie M. Marx,
  • Steven P. Schulenberg
  • Efficiency consideration and merger enforcement: comparison of U.S. and EU approaches
  • Robert Pitofsky
  • International mergers: the problem of proliferation
Control code
FIEb13587183
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxvi, 597 pages
Isbn
9781578232239
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)123440301
Label
Annual proceedings of the Fordham Competition Law Institute : international antitrust law & policy, editor, Barry E. Hawk
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "Fordham Competition Law Institute, 2007."
  • "2006 Competition Law Institute"--Cover
  • "Fordham University School of Law"--Spine
  • Institute held in New York City on September 14 and 15, 2006
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws
  • Claes Norgren
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws: the U.S. model - a Canadian perspective
  • Sheridan Scott
  • Preventing and sanctioning anticompetitive conduct: effective use of administrative and criminal sanctions, leniency programmes and private action in the EU
  • Philip Lowe
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws: roundtable
  • A. Paul Victor,
  • Thomas O. Barnett,
  • John Fingleton,
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws: the U.S. model
  • Leslie W. Jacobs,
  • Philip Lowe,
  • Claes Norgren,
  • Sheridan Scott
  • Industrial policy and competition : developing countries as victims and users
  • Eleanor M. Fox,
  • Dennis Davis
  • Toward the development of a unified trans-Atlantic defense procurement market
  • William E. Kovacic
  • Industrial policy and competition law and policy
  • Thomas O. Barnett
  • Neelie Kroes
  • Industrial policy and competition law and policy in Mexico
  • Eduardo Pérez Motta
  • Industrial policy and competition law and policy: roundtable
  • Ferdinand Hermanns,
  • Eleanor M. Fox,
  • William Kovacic,
  • Philip Lowe,
  • Eduardo Pérez Motta,
  • Christian Stoffaës
  • The fight against cartels: is a "mixed" approach to enforcement the answer?
  • John Fingleton,
  • Marie-Barbe Girard,
  • Simon Williams
  • Criminal enforcement of antitrust laws: problems with the U.S. model
  • Leslie W. Jacobs
  • J. William Rowley,
  • Omar K. Wakil
  • International mergers: merger in small economies
  • Walter A. Stoffel
  • International mergers: roundtable
  • Michael D. Blechman,
  • Robert Pitofsky,
  • Walter Stoffel,
  • J. William Rowley,
  • Randolph W. Tritell
  • Coordinated effects in merger review: quantifying the payoffs from collusion
  • Signposts of anticompetitive exclusion: restraints on innovation and economies of scale
  • Herbert Hovenkamp
  • Defining exclusionary conduct under Section 2: the case for non-universal standards
  • Marina Lao
  • The burden of proof in Article 82 cases
  • Emil Paulis
  • The controversy over the proper antitrust standard for anticompetitive exclusionary conduct
  • Steven C. Salop
  • Identifying single-firm exclusionary conduct: from vague concepts to administrable rules
  • Gregory J. Werden
  • William E, Kovacic,
  • General approaches to defining abusive/monopolistic practices: roundtable
  • A. Douglas Melamed,
  • Herbert Hovenkamp,
  • Marina Lao,
  • Emil Paulis,
  • Steven C. Salop,
  • Gregory J. Werden
  • Robert C. Marshall,
  • Leslie M. Marx,
  • Steven P. Schulenberg
  • Efficiency consideration and merger enforcement: comparison of U.S. and EU approaches
  • Robert Pitofsky
  • International mergers: the problem of proliferation
Control code
FIEb13587183
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxvi, 597 pages
Isbn
9781578232239
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)123440301

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