Competition and Development: The Power of Competitive Markets

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Contents
Executive Summaryvii
Prefacexi
Acknowledgementsxv
Part 1. The Issues1
Competition is a development issue: effective competition laws and policy benefit consumers in the developing world and help to reduce poverty.
What are competition and competition policy?2
Why has competition policy become a controversial issue?8
Challenges in introducing competition law11
Part 2. The Approach17
In 2002, IDRC began supporting research on competition policy and feeding the findings into policy debates.
Part 3. The Experience in Developing Countries21
Much can be learned from the problems faced in developing countries and the steps that have been taken to overcome those problems.
Has enforcement of competition law benefited developing economies?22
How can competition law be tailored to meet the specific needs of an economy?31
What are the challenges in legislating and implementing competition law?40
How and why are stakeholders involved in the implementation process?46
How can competition authorities deal with cross-border anticompetitive conduct?55

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Executive Summary vii
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgements xv
  • Part 1 - The Issues 1
  • Part 2 - The Approach 17
  • Part 3 - The Experience in Developing Countries 21
  • Part 4 - Recommendations, Actions, and Tools 61
  • Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations 69
  • Bibliography 75
  • The Publisher 87
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