Cooperating on Competition in Transatlantic Economic Relations: The Politics of Dispute Prevention / Edition 1by C. Damro
Pub. Date: 10/10/2006
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
In this in-depth study, Damro explains the creation of a formal cooperative framework for preventing disputes in transatlantic competition policy. The findings suggest that, while regulators remain constrained by domestic institutions, they play an important role in explaining why the cooperative framework is largely a discretionary one.
Table of ContentsList of Figures List of Abbreviations Acknowledgements EU-US Cooperation in Competition Policy: Questions and Issues in Transatlantic Dispute Prevention Historical Discord in Transatlantic Competition Relations: Institutional Differences and Self-Interested Actors The International and Domestic Sources of Transatlantic Cooperation in Competition Policy Dispute Prevention via Rule-Making Cooperation Dispute Prevention via Exploratory Institutional Cooperation The Politics of International Regulatory Cooperation Appendix Notes References Index
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