Monopolization and Dominance Handbook

    Monopolization and Dominance Handbook

    Monopolization and Dominance Handbook

    ISBN: 978-1-60442-874-2
    Product Code: 5030547
    2011, 396 pages, 6x9

    Providing a complete overview of the treatment of corporate monopolization in the United States, together with a discussion on jurisdictions outside the United States, this handbook addresses the antitrust rules and principles that govern unilateral business conduct.

    Monopolization and Dominance Handbook

    Monopolization and Dominance Handbook

    Monopolization and Dominance Handbook

    The Monopolization and Dominance Handbook addresses the antitrust rules and principles that govern unilateral business conduct by firms with substantial market positions, referred to in the United States as the law of monopolization.

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    The proper antitrust treatment of monopolizing conduct is an area of perennial uncertainty and debate. The Monopolization and Dominance Handbook aims to give the reader an overview of the treatment of such conduct in the United States, with particular attention to areas of ambiguity and uncertainty, together with comparative discussion of approaches to such issues in jurisdictions outside the United States. The Monopolization and Dominance Handbook addresses the antitrust rules and principles that govern unilateral business conduct by firms with substantial market positions, referred to in the United States as the law of monopolization. In addition, the handbook compares and contrasts the approaches of courts and enforcers in the United States in this area of the law with those of counterparts in other jurisdictions. 

    It begins with a discussion of the economic principles that form the basis for the law of monopolization. It goes on to address monopoly power, the first element in the offense of monopolization, followed by an extensive discussion of the second, and perhaps most controversial element, illegal monopolizing conduct. The offenses of attempt to monopolize and conspiracy to monopolize are next considered. It goes on to address how the law of monopolization is enforced and the challenges of crafting appropriate remedies for monopolization, another area that is subject to much debate. It closes with a chapter on issues and developments in other jurisdictions, as well as attempts at international convergence.

    Product Details

    Sponsors

    Section of Antitrust Law

    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    9871604428742

    Page Count

    395

    Product Code

    5030547

    Trim Size

    6x9 Paperback

    Publication Date

    7/7/2011 12:00:00 AM

    Sponsors

    Section of Antitrust Law

    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    9781614388340

    Page Count

    395

    Product Code

    5030547EBK

    Publication Date

    7/1/2011 12:00:00 AM

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