Competition Policy in Global Trading System

Competition Policy in Global Trading System

by Mitsuo Matsushita


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Competition Policy in Global Trading System by Mitsuo Matsushita

While the global trade regime has made significant strides in eliminating tariffs and other barriers to free trade, it has yet to develop a consistent and enforceable antitrust and competition policy that combats monopolies, cartels, and other

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789041117588
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory
Publication date: 04/01/2002
Series: International Competition Law Series Set Series
Pages: 424
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.94(d)

Table of Contents

Preface; C.A. Jones, M. Matsushita.

Part I: Foundations of International Antitrust: Bilateral Cooperation.
• Antitrust and Bilateralism: The US, Japanese, and EU Comparative and Historical Relationships; T. Freyer.
• Antitrust Cooperation, Global Trade, and US Competition Policy; R. Pitofsky.
• International Development of Japanese Competition Law; S. Itoda.
• Cooperation between Competition Authorities: A Vision for the Future; M. Monti.
• Improving Bilateral Antitrust Cooperation; C. Stark.

Part II: Substantive Issues in Comparative Antitrust Law and Enforcement.
• Comparing Antitrust Offenses in Japan, the US, and the EU; M. Murakami.
• Access Issues under EU Regulation and Antitrust Law: The Case of Telecommunications and Internet Markets; H. Ungerer.
• Market Access Issues in Japan's Antimonopoly Law; J. Tamura.
• Creating a New Competitive Business Environment in Japan; O. Moriya.
• Antitrust's Goals: The Theory of Antitrust in the United States and Japan; H. First.
• Antitrust Deterrence in the United States and Japan; S. Chemtob.
• Trilateralism in Private Antitrust Enforcement: Japan, the USA, and the EU; C.A. Jones.
• Private Antitrust Enforcement in the EU and the UK; J. Lever QC.
• Private Enforcement in Japan of the Act of Antimonopoly and Unfair Trade; M. Murayama.
• Private Enforcement and New Provisions for Damages and Injunctions in Japanese Antitrust; S. Seryo.

Part III: Organizing Antitrust in a Global Economy: Which Way Forward?
• Globalization, Competition and Trade Policy: Convergence, Divergence, and Cooperation; F. Jenny.
• Expanding Our Web of Bilateral Agreements; J. Klein.
• A Transnational Antitrust Convention and the Recent European Antitrust Proposals: Exercises in Economic Anthropology; W. Fikentscher.
• A Need for New Multilateral Initiatives; M. Janow.
• Global Antitrust in the Millennium Round: The Ways Forward; C.A. Jones, M. Matsushita.

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