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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Competition Policy and Regulation: Recent Developments in China, the US and Europe

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Edited by: Michael Faure, Xinzhu Zhang

ISBN13: 9781849800754
Published: June 2011
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £104.00

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This unique book considers competition policy and regulation in light of the recent introduction of the anti-monopoly law in China. It addresses the relevance of competition policy for China from a broad theoretical and practical perspective, bringing together lawyers and economists from China, Europe and the US to provide an integrated law and economics approach. Given that the development of the Chinese anti-monopoly law in China was heavily reliant on a comparative approach, the contributors analyse how its text and practice actually compare to European and US legislation. The first cases in which Chinese anti-monopoly law were applied are explored, and both competition law and competition policy are discussed in detail. Topics include: industrial and professional regulation and their relationship to competition law, merger control, substantive competition law issues, cartels, and abuse of dominance and predation. This unique book will prove a fascinating read for competition lawyers, economists with a special interest in regulation and competition, and for practitioners concerned with competition policy and regulation.

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Competition Law
Introduction/Editorial Foreword Michael Faure and Zhang Xinzhu PART I: GENERAL ISSUES 1. The Uneasy Case for Competition Law and Regulation as Decisive Factors in Development: Some Lessons for China Thomas Ulen 2. Study on Frontier Issues and the Future Road of Regulation Over Monopoly Agreements in China Huang Yong and Zhang Zhe 3. Critical Issues in the Enforcement of the Anti-monopoly in China: A Law and Economics Perspective Roger Van den Bergh and Michael G. Faure PART II: COMPETITION LAW AND ADMINISTRATIVE MONOPOLIES 4. The Measure of Regional Administrative Monopoly in China Liangchun Yu and Donghua Yu 5. Administrative Monopolies, State Aid, Barriers to Entry and Market Integration: Challenges for the Chinese Anti-monopoly Law Stefan Weishaar 6. Regulation and Corporate Governance of State Owned Enterprises: Issues for Improved Efficiency and Competitiveness and Lessons for China Luis Alberto Andres and Jose Luis Guasch PART III: INDUSTRIAL AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATION 7. The Industrial Regulation of China: Basic Experiences and Lessons Fu-Liang Chen 8. Professional Licensing and Self-regulation in Europe and China: A Law and Economics Perspective Niels Philipsen PART IV: MERGER CONTROL 9. Chinese Merger Control: Patterns and Implications Xinzhu Zhang and Vanessa Yanhua Zhang 10. Revising the Horizontal Merger Guidelines: Lessons from the US and the EU Richard Gilbert and Daniel L. Rubinfeld Part V: SUBSTANTIVE COMPETITION LAW: CARTELS, ABUSE OF DOMINANCE AND PREDATION 11. Monopoly Agreements and Abuse of Dominance: Somebody Marks About the Substantive Rules Roberto Pardolesi 12. The Legal Regime Preventing Predation in the People's Republic of China: A Law and Economics Analysis Stefan Weishaar PART VI: CONCLUSIONS: FUTURE LOOK 13. Concluding Remarks Michael Faure and Zhang Xinzhu