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By Dr Moritz Lorenz
Succinct and concise, this textbook covers all of the procedural and considerable features of ecu pageant legislation. It explores basic and secondary legislations in the course of the prism of ECJ case legislation. Abuse of a dominant place and merger keep an eye on are mentioned and a separate bankruptcy on cartels guarantees the coed gets the broadest attainable standpoint at the topic. furthermore, the book's constant constitution aids figuring out: part summaries underline key ideas, questions make stronger studying and essay dialogue subject matters motivate additional exploration. through commencing the commercial ideas which underpin the topic, the writer permits the scholar to interact with the complexity of festival legislations with self belief. built-in examples and an uncluttered writing sort make this required analyzing for all scholars of the topic.
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G. pharmaceutical research, with a legal monopoly for a certain, limited period of time. 13 14 Economic foundations of EU competition law * inert and cannot easily be adjusted once the initial output decision has been made. Examples of this type of industry are the mining industry or the production of chemicals. Bertrand competition assumes that ﬁrms compete on prices. Suppliers will determine the price they want to charge and will then supply as much as is demanded in the market at this price.
180 paras. 192 para. 181 paras. 192 paras. 187 paras. 192 Technology Transfer Guidelines [Commission Guidelines on the application of Article 81(3) of the EC Treaty to technology transfer agreements, OJ No. C 101 of 27 April 2004, p. 170 paras. 172 paras. 174 para. 175 paras. 176 paras. 177 para. 183 para. 184 para. 185 Vertical Guidelines [Commission Guidelines on Vertical Restraints, OJ No. C 130 of 19 May 2010, p. 2 para. 94 paras. 158 para. 41 para. 156 para. 127 para. 67 para. 152 paras. 153 para.
An Introduction to EU Competition Law by Dr Moritz Lorenz