Competition Law Reform in Britain and Japan: Comparative Analysis of Policy Network

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Index
Note: A page number followed by an 'f ' indicates a figure and a page number followed by a 't' indicates a table.
a
Abuse of Market Power (Green Paper) 90
Act Concerning Prohibition of Private Monopoly and Maintenance of Fair Trade 19
Adams, W. 4
Adamson, Campbell 16
AMA Study Group 23
amakudari73 , 79 , 80 , 143 , 153 , 159 , 163
Anti-monopoly Act (AMA) 1 , 3 , 9 , 44 , 50 , 57-8 , 125 ;
amendment (1977) 22-6 ;
during occupation 19-20 ;
holding companies 98 ;
implementation of policy 55 ;
opposition of Keidanren63 ;
relaxation of 20-2 ;
staffing of FTC 77 , 79
Anti-monopoly Quartet see Dokkin-Yoninshu
Ariga, Michiko 56

b
banking sector, Japan 163 , 166
Bass-Carlsberg merger 119
Baumol, W.J. 4 , 121
Beckett, Margaret 93 , 119
Beeman, M.L. 4
Big Bang 3 , 87 , 149 ;
see also deregulation
Blair, Tony 92 , 116 , 135
Board of Trade (BoT) 11 , 13
Borrie, Sir Gordon 91 , 116 , 128 , 146
Bridgeman, John 92 , 146
British Employers' Confederation (BEC) 62
Brock, J. 4
Brown, Gordon 91
bubble economy:
Japan 107 ;
UK 105
Business Legislation Study Group 99
businesses:
attitude to competition policy 41-2 ;
and political interests 129 ;
relationship with politicians 67-70 , 80 , 137-40 , 156-7 , 158-9 ;
relationship with public officials 72-3 , 142-4 , 159

c
Carsberg, Sir Brian 91 , 92 , 146 , 147
cartels:
Anti-Monopoly Act 21 ;
enforcement of competition policy in Japan 54-6 ;
Japan 33-4 , 55f, 55t, 57 , 126 , 127f;
Labour's proposal to criminalise 165 ;
MITI's organisation of 49 ;
negative impact 84 ;
restraint of trade policy 9-10 ;
see also inter-firm collusion
Castle, Barbara 14 , 45-6 , 64 , 68 , 70
Caves, R.E. 121
Centre for Policy Studies 142
Channon, D.F. 29
Channon, Paul 87
Chicago School 121 , 122
Cini, M. 87
civil service:
relationship with businesses 72-3 ;
relationship with politicians 70-2 , 140 ;
see also public officials
Collective Discrimination (MRPC) 11
collusion see inter-firm collusion
Commission for Industry and Manpower (CIM) 3 , 14-15 , 27 , 41 , 44-6 , 56 , 75
Committee on Competition Law and
Policy (Committee of Experts on Restrictive Business Practices) 86
Communist Party (Japan) 44
Companies Act (1989) 89 , 124
competition see market competition
Competition Act (1980) 124

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