Competition law today: concepts, issues and the law of practice - 2nd - New Delhi Oxford University Press 2019 - xxxvi, 655 p. Includes abbreviations, bibliography and index

Table of Contents

Table of Cases
Foreword to the second edition, Arun Jaitley
Foreword to the first edition, C. Rangarajan
Law and Economics, Fali S. Nariman
Preface
List of Abbreviations
Overview: Key Concepts in Competition Law, Vinod Dhall
PART I:COMPETITION LAW: SUBSTANTIVE PROVISIONS AND MAJOR ISSUES
1: Control of Cartels and Other Anti-competitive Agreements, Richard Whish
2: Abuse of Dominant Position: Emerging Enforcement Issues and Approaches, Robert D. Anderson and Alberto Heimler
3: Merger Control, Alan H. Goldberg
4: Leniency Programmes in Competition Law, Paul Crampton and Graham Reynolds
5: Competition Law and Intellectual Property Rights, Valentine Korah
6: Exemptions, Exceptions, and Differential Application Under Competition (Antitrust) Law, R. Shyam Khemani
7: Competition Advocacy and Interface with Government, Philip Lowe and Geraldine Emberger
8: Competition and Regulation, Allan Fels
9: The Efficient and Effective Competition Authority, Lennart Göranson
10: World Competition Law: Conflicts, Convergence, Cooperation, Eleanor M. Fox
PART II:COMPETITION LAW IN SELECT JURISDICTIONS
11: Competition Law in Australia, Sitesh Bhojani
12: EC Competition Law: The First Experiences of Modernization, Michael J. Reynolds
13: Competition Law in Germany, Ulf Böge
14: Competition Law in Mexico, Eduardo Pérez Motta
15: South African Competition Law-Origins, Content, and Impact, David Lewis
16: Korean Competition Law: Policies and Developments, Youngjin Jung
17: The Competition Regime in the UK, Christopher Bellamy
18: Competition Law in the United States of America, Stephen Calkins
PART III:COMPETITION LAW, ECONOMICS, AND POLICY
19: Economic Growth and Consumer Welfare: The Role of Competition Law, Dando B. Cellini
20: The Economics of Competition Law, Amit Bubna and Shubhashis Gangopadhyay
21: The Return of Industrial Policy: A Threat to Competition Law?, Simon J. Evenett
PART IV: COMPETITION LAW IN SOUTH ASIA
22: The Evolution of Competition Law in India, Amitabh Kumar
23: India: The Competition Act and Its Enforcement, Vinod Dhall
24: Re-viewing Competition Regime in Pakistan, Rahat Kaunain Hassan
25: Merger Control Regime under Competition Law in India, Vinod Dhall
Select Bibliography
Index
About the Editor and Contributors



Competition law has witnessed phenomenal growth in recent years, especially since the early 1990s. As an increasing number of countries have undertaken economic reforms and embraced the market economy, many of them have introduced competition law to maintain competition in their markets. With the growing integration of the global economy, any anti-competitive activity can have effects across national borders. Competition law has, therefore, become an important part of international trade dialogue. Cooperation on competition issues, therefore, figures in an increasing number of bilateral or regional trade agreements. The book provides an overview of the competition law regime with particular focus on India. It broadly covers the history, objectives, and substantive provisions of law, its relationship with regulated sectors of the market, the economics of law, its international dimension, and competition law in developing countries. The second edition provides an updated account of the law and incorporates changes that have taken place since the publication of the first edition. It includes two new chapters: 'Reviewing Competition Regime in Pakistan' and 'Merger Control Regime under the Competition Law in India'.

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