Promoting Competition in Global Markets: A Multi-National Approach

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Promoting Competition in Global Markets
A Multi-National Approach

P.J. Lloyd Ritchie Professor of Economics and Director, Asian Economics Centre, University of Melbourne, Australia

Kerrin A Vautier Research Economist, Auckland, New Zealand

Edward Elgar Cheltenham, UK · Northampton, MA, USA

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures and Tables viii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Abbreviations x
  • 1. Introduction 1
  • Part One Competition in Global Markets 5
  • 2. the Framework for Policy Analysis 7
  • Notes 29
  • Part Two - Bilateral Cooperation on Competition Law Enforcement 31
  • 3. Bilateral Cooperation Agreements 33
  • Notes 54
  • Part Three - The Approaches of Regional Trading Arrangements 57
  • 4. the European Union 59
  • 5. Closer Economic Relations Agreement 77
  • Notes 99
  • 6. the Americas 101
  • Notes 122
  • Part Four - Plurilateral Approaches 123
  • 7. Ito, the Gatt 1960 Decision and the United Nations 125
  • 8. Oecd 131
  • 9. Apec 139
  • Notes 150
  • Part Five - Developments at the Multilateral Level 151
  • 10. the World Trade Organization 153
  • Notes 174
  • 11. an Historic Case: the Kodak/Fuji Dispute 175
  • Notes 183
  • Part Six - Emerging Patterns and Principles 185
  • 12. an Approach to Promoting Competition in Global Markets 187
  • References 193
  • Author Index 205
  • Subiect Index 209
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