Liberalisation and competition intervention in regulated sectors

A Framework for the Design and Implementation of Competition Law and Policy


This book highlights the main issues that arise in the design and implementation of competition law and policy. It was written to assist countries in developing an approach that suits their own needs and conditions and to help them design and implement sound and consistent competition laws and policies.

The report is the result of the collective effort and close cooperation of leading experts and practitioners in the field.

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1. Objectives of Competition Policy
2. Market Definition and Assignment of Market Shares
3. Agreements
4. Mergers
5. Abuse of Dominance
6. Competition Advocacy
- Barriers to Entry
- Efficiency Defenses
- A Framework for Competition Law

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