The Economics of EC Competition Law: Concepts, Application and Measurement

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Sweet & Maxwell, 2010 - Antitrust law - 793 pages
Provides an overview of economic theory and analysis as it applies to European competition law. This title helps the practitioner address questions such as: What is meant by competition? What economic benefits is competition supposed to produce? What is meant by effective competition and how can it be measured?

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Assessment of Market Power
51
The Relevant Market
109
Part IIApplication
155
Article 81
164
Article 82
224
Economics of Horizontal Mergers
348
The Economics of NonHorizontal Mergers
424
Summary 10079
544
Bidding Studies
576
Shock Analysis
596
Price Concentration Studies
605
Merger Simulation
628
Shipment and Transport Cost Tests
670
Calculating Antitrust Damages
700
Econometric AnnexIntroducing Multiple Regression
722

Part IIIMeasurement
477
Price Tests
494
Bibliography
759
Index
785

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