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Competition Law of the EC and UK By Mark Furse

Competition Law of the EC and UK by Mark Furse

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Summary

Competition Law of the EC and UK provides readers with a clear, reliable and concise introduction to this area of the law, offering a thorough examination of the key issues - including economic - and examining how UK and EC law are linked. It successfully offers wide but legally focussed coverage of the competition law of today.

Competition Law of the EC and UK Summary

Competition Law of the EC and UK by Mark Furse

Competition Law of the EC and UK, now in its sixth edition, is an engaging, reliable and well-structured introduction to competition law in the EC and UK. Covering all key topics studied by students on competition law courses, this book takes a straightforward approach to the links and differences between EC and UK law. The book begins by explaining the basic economic concepts underpinning competition law in a way that readers unfamiliar with economic theory can understand. It then goes on to provide analysis of all of the most up-to-date cases, legislative changes, and issues within the subject, including international aspects and the globalisation of competition law, and competition law and intellectual property. This sixth edition has been fully updated to incorporate developments since 2006. It includes further political context and substantive analysis of mergers, more detail on Articles 81 and 82 and Chapter II prohibition, and more information on oligopolies. In order to make the book even more straightforward to use, detailed chapter summaries and further reading lists are included, along with further diagrams and flowcharts, and new boxed case studies.Competition Law of the EC and UK is the perfect introductory textbook for undergraduates, and the perfect starter text for postgraduates new to this area of the law. Online Resource Centre This book is accompanied by an online resource centre, which provides regular updates to the law, along with web links and a table of OFT decisions.

About Mark Furse


Professor Mark Furse is Professor of Competition Law and Policy at the University of Glasgow. He has specialised in competition law for over 20 years, having previously been Director of the Competition Policy course for staff at the Office of Fair Trading and other UK regulators. Professor Furse has published widely, and is the editor of the UK Competition Law Reports, a general editor of Butterworths Competition Law Service, and is on the editorial board of the UK Competition Law Review.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction to competition law; 2. The European Community and United Kingdom competition regimes; 3. The relationship between European Community and United Kingdom competition law; 4. International issues and the globalization of competition law; 5. Investigation; 6. Penalties and leniency arrangements; 7. Complaints and third-party rights; 8. An introduction to the economics of agreements, collusion, and parallel conduct; 9. Article 81 EC; 10. Block exemption regulations under article 81 EC; 11. The Chapter I Prohibition; 12. The cartel offence; 13. An introduction to the economics of monopoly abuse; 14. Article 82 EC; 15. The Chapter II Prohibition; 16. Abusive practices; 17. Market investigation references; 18. An introduction to the economics of merger control; 19. The EC merger control regime and the treatment of joint ventures; 20. The UK merger control regime and the treatment of joint ventures; 21. Competition law and intellectual property; 22. The common law and competition

Additional information

GOR003664067
9780199237920
0199237921
Competition Law of the EC and UK by Mark Furse
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Oxford University Press
2008-03-20
536
N/A
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