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1 Globalization and the natural limits of competition
1 Introduction
2 The natures of competition
3 Actual rivalry and its limits
4 Potential rivalry and its limits
5 Globalization and the limits of competition as a policy
6 Conclusion
2 Efficiency versus market power through mergers
2 Hypotheses about why mergers occur
3 The effects of mergers on share prices
4 The effects of mergers on profitability
5 Effects of mergers on market share and growth
6 Effects of mergers on profits and sales
8 Policy implications
3 Small firms, innovation and competition
2 The knowledge production function
3 The role of firm size
4 The industry context
5 The geographic context
6 The knowledge production function reconsidered
7 Conclusions
4 Trade policy and competition policy: conflict vs. mutual support
2 The welfare effects of trade and competition policies
3 Trade and competition policy for small countries
4 Tariff and competition policy for a large country
5 The political economy of competition and trade policy
6 Conclusions
5 Financial services: consolidation and strategic positioning
1 Introduction1
2 Fundamentals: the economics of banking
3 Scale and scope issues in banking
4 Scope as a strategic advantage
5 Competition, fragility and public policy
6 Value of alliances
7 Concluding remarks
6 Political economy of antitrust
2 The perspective of neoclassical welfare economics
3 The University of Chicago perspective on antitrust policy
4 The perspective of the theory of interest group politics
5 The evidence
7 Dominance and monopolization
1 Dominance and competition policy
2 Regulation versus competition policy
3 Single-firm dominance and monopolization
4 Dominance through collusion44
5 Dominance versus monopolization: a legal overview
6 Dominance versus substantial lessening of competition
7 Research agenda
8 Identifying antitrust markets
1 Why define markets?
2 The SSNIP test
3 Some complications
4 Assessing competitiveness
5 Some final reflections
Appendix: the simple algebra of SSNIP
9 Competition policy vs. regulation: administration vs. judiciary
2.1 Introduction
4 Competition policy and regulation during deregulation
6 Concluding remarks
2 Is extraterritorial application sufficient?
3 Enforcement deficits
4 The competition of competition legislations
5 The feasibility of harmonization
7 A pragmatic approach
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International Handbook of Competition

International Handbook of Competition

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Published by: Anca Dodescu on Nov 01, 2010
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