Index
Adobe 115
airline industry (Norway) see deregulation (airline industry)
Alchian, A.A. and Demsetz, H. 146
Aldus 115
Alias Research Inc 119
Altsys Corporation 115
Arrow, K.J. 8
Ashton-Tate 115
Asia 25-6
Askildsen, J.E. 73
AUSTEL 104, 105
Australian Communications Authority (ACA) 105, 106
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) 99, 100, 101;
general vs specific regulation 102;
integrated vs separate administration 102-3;
interaction with ACA 106;
personnel changes in 106;
and regulatory uncertainty 103-4;
role of 103;
and state regulators 103;
telecommunications case study 104-8;
and third party access 91, 93-6
Australian competition policy;
access to facilities 90-8;
background 87;
as comprehensive 87-9;
interaction between competition policy/regulation 99-104;
prices oversight 98-9;
structural reform of public monopolies 89-90;
telecommunications case study 104-7
Autodesk 117
Baron, J.M. and Umbeck, J.R. 147
Baumol, W.J. and Ordover, J.A. 75
Bernheim, B.D. and Whinston, M.D. 147
Besanko, D., and Perry, M.K. 147;
and Spulber, D.F. 198
Besley, T. and Seabright, P. 216, 226
Bewley, T. 208
Bils, M. 18
Binmore, K. 61
Bjorvatn, K. 80, 83
Black, D. and Hoyt, W. 204
Bond, E. and Samuelson, L. 204
Borenstein, S. and Netz, J. 162
Borland International 115
Brander, J. and Spencer, B. 203, 205
Brennan, G. and Buchanan, J. 204
Bresnahan, T.F. and Reiss, P.C. 147
Cadence Design systems Inc 120
Chamberlin, E.H. 183
Christiansen, V. 18
Coase, R. 146
Coase Theorem 78, 80-1
competition:
aim of policy 6;
ambitions 40-1;
and efficiency 7-9, 11-14;
equilibrium models 8;
focus and design 41-2;
implications for organization of policy 16-18;
and income distribution 14-16;
scope of policy 9-11;
and tacit collusion 183-5
competition authority:
comparative statistics: number of firms 181-2;
comparative statistics of optimal investigation thresholds 174-81;
isobudget curves 173;
isowelfare curves 174;
and market performance 170-3;
mathematical proofs 187-97;
and resource allocation problems 170-84;
tangency 174
competition law and policy:
assumptions concerning 21-2;
in australia 99-104;
and delegation 47-8;
developments in 20-1;
economic analysis as guide to enforcement 31-4;
and economic theory 26-31;

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures ix
  • Tables x
  • List of Contributors xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes 5
  • 1 - Towards a Competitive Society? 6
  • 2 - Competition Law and Policy 20
  • 3 - Competition Policy and Market Dynamics 35
  • 4 - Who Should Be Responsible for Competition Policy in Regulated Industries? 43
  • 5 - Implementation of Second-Best Solutions 65
  • 6 - Competition Policy with a Coasian Prior? 78
  • 7 - The Australian Competition Policy Reforms 87
  • 8 - Competition Policy in the Information Economy 109
  • Notes 130
  • 9 - Regulating Manufacturers and Their Exclusive Retailers 133
  • References 148
  • 10 - Deregulating Norwegian Airlines 150
  • 11 - Resource Allocation by a Competition Authority 165
  • 12 - European State Aid Policy 200
  • Index 239
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