Competition and Integration - What Goals Count?: Eec Competition Law and Goals of Industrial, Monetary, and Cultural Policy

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R. B. Bouterse
Kluwer Law and Taxation Publishers, 1994 - Law - 145 pages
Can competition policy be incorporated into the general economic policy of the Community? Is there a tension between competition and integration which may both be considered important goals of the Community's members? This issue has acquired increasing significance over the years and it has recently been discussed in the light of Merger Control Regulation.Whether other factors such as industrial policy may determine the Community's competition policy is one of the central themes of this study by Rosita B. Bouterse. There is no general consensus on this issue among the Community Members. The author regards the question from both a theoretical and a practical perspective, leading up to the final chapter which is a synthesis between the theoretical chapters and the case studies which follow them.This book has been based upon the author's doctorate thesis upon which she received her doctor's degree at the European University Institute, Florence Italy.

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Contents

The Interlock between Economic Integration and Article 85
5
The Scope of Article 85 3 EEC and Extracompetition
13
The Division of Competences Regarding Extracompetition Policies
19
The First Negative Condition of Article 85 3
25
The Choice of Linking Article 85 3 EEC to Extra
29
13
31
The Third Decade 19801989 and Some Recent Developments
35
Some Mechanisms to Link Competition to Other Fields
41
The Rule of Reason in Article 85 3 EEC and the Process
54
The Goal of Structural Change and Article 85 3
60
The Goals of Competition and Restructuring in
66
The Connection of Article 85 3 EEC and Monetary
79
The Goals of Competition and Cross Border Payments in
85
30
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The Overlap of Interest Rates and Article 85 3 EEC
91
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The Community Rule of Reason
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