By Dr Moritz Lorenz
Succinct and concise, this textbook covers the entire procedural and substantive features of ecu festival legislations. It explores fundamental and secondary legislation in the course of the prism of ECJ case legislation. Abuse of a dominant place and merger regulate are mentioned and a separate bankruptcy on cartels guarantees the coed gets the broadest attainable viewpoint at the topic. moreover, the book's constant constitution aids knowing: part summaries underline key ideas, questions toughen studying and essay dialogue themes inspire additional exploration. by way of starting off the industrial rules which underpin the topic, the writer permits the scholar to interact with the complexity of pageant legislation with self belief. built-in examples and an uncluttered writing kind make this required interpreting for all scholars of the topic.
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Under perfect competition, consumer surplus is maximised. As mentioned at the beginning of this section, in real life only very few, if any, industries are characterised by the features underlying the model of perfect competition. For example, there are often only a limited number of suppliers active in a market and products tend to be differentiated to some extent in the real world. In addition, entry to and exit from a market is often not costless, but requires some investment. As such, perfect competition remains an idealistic benchmark for the level of efﬁciency that could be obtained from competition in theory.
C 56 of 5 March 2005, p. 7 Commission Notice on restrictions directly related and necessary to concentrations, OJ No. C 56 of 5 March 2005, p. 195 Commission Notice published pursuant to Article 27(4) Regulation 1/2003 in Cases COMP/C2/ 39152, BUMA and COMP/C2/39151, SABAM (COMP/C2/38126, Santiago Agreement), OJ No. C 200 of 17 August 2005, p. 70 Commission Notice on the rules for access to the Commission ﬁle in cases pursuant to Articles 81 and 82 of the EC Treaty, Articles 53, 54 and 57 of the EEA Agreement and Council Regulation (EC) No 139/2004, OJ No.
251 para. 8 paras. 142 para. 138 para. 245 para. 248 para. 266 para. 262 para. 263 paras. 264 para. 267 paras. 268 para. 269 Commission Guidelines on the effect on trade concept contained in Articles 81 and 82 of the Treaty, OJ No. C 101 of 27 April 2004, p. 92 para. 219 para. 20 para. 22 para. 214 para. 21 para. 19 Fining Guidelines 1998 [Commission Guidelines on the method of setting ﬁnes imposed pursuant to Article 15(2) of Regulation No 17 and Article 65(5) of the ECSC Treaty, OJ No. C 9 of 14 January 1998, p.
An Introduction to EU Competition Law by Dr Moritz Lorenz