Implementing Effective Competition Law in the Pharmaceutical Industry in Mexico

Thursday, February 18, 2016 Implementing Effective Competition Law in the Pharmaceutical Industry in Mexico Carlos Mena-Labarthe, Government of Mexico – Comision Federal de Competencia; Instituto Tecnologico Autnomo de Mexico (ITAM) discusses Implementing Effective Competition Law in the Pharmaceutical Industry in Mexico. ABSTRACT: This paper analyses how governments can introduce more competition in the pharmaceutical sector. […]

The Competition Act 2010–the Issues and Development since Coming into Force

Friday, February 5, 2016 The Competition Act 2010the Issues and Development since Coming into Force Vince Eng Teong SEE (University of Malaya Centre of Regulatory Studies) analyzes The Competition Act 2010the Issues and Development since Coming into Force. ABSTRACT:Competition law was almost unheard of in the first hundred years after the Sherman Act was passed. […]

Deposit Competition and Financial Fragility: Evidence from the US Banking Sector

Friday, January 29, 2016 Deposit Competition and Financial Fragility: Evidence from the US Banking Sector Gregor Matvos (University of Chicago Booth School of Business) ; Ali Hortacsu (University of Chicago) andMark Egan (University of Chicago) offer findings on Deposit Competition and Financial Fragility: Evidence from the US Banking Sector. ABSTRACT:We develop and estimate an empirical […]

On Competing Mechanisms under Exclusive Competition

Tuesday, January 26, 2016 On Competing Mechanisms under Exclusive Competition Attar, Andrea; Campioni, Eloisa andPiaser, Gwenael provide thoughtsOn Competing Mechanisms under Exclusive Competition. ABSTRACT:We study games in which several principals design incentive schemes in the presence of privately informed agents. Competition is exclusive: each agent can participate with at most one principal, and principal-agents corporations […]

European Commission merger control: combining competition and the creation of larger European firms

Thursday, January 21, 2016 European Commission merger control: combining competition and the creation of larger European firms Mark Thatcher examinesexamines European Commission merger control: combining competition and the creation of larger European firms. ABSTRACT:The article examines the European Commission’s use of its legal powers over mergers. It discusses and tests two views. One is that […]

The Application of EU Competition Law in the Energy Sector

ABSTRACT: As the realisation of an Energy Union is a crucial concern for the Commission, it is preparing efforts for the last execution of an inner power market, boosted power performance, as well as decarbonisation of the economic climate. In its State help decision-making technique, the Commission has actually evaluated efforts of numerous Member States […]

Controling systems? A competitors regulation viewpoint A couple of days ago I talked at CEPS regarding the dispute worrying online system policy that is bring in some passion these days as DG Connects and also the House of Lords examinations are continuous (my discussion and also a video clip meeting are readily available below ). Some mood of evident intricacy has additionally allowed it to develop peacefully, cost-free from the reasoning of tiny national politics(by which I imply that its underlying concepts are not impacted by trendy or movable political factors to consider, which is an excellent point; by the means, I established those concepts right here). In enhancement to that, competitors legislation has a fortunate sight of the major problems typically connected to systems. A couple of days ago I talked at CEPS concerning the dispute worrying online system policy that is drawing in some rate of interest these days as DG Connects and also the House of Lords assessments are continuous (my discussion and also a video clip meeting are offered below ). It would certainly be worth mirroring on whether there might be an opportunity that if competitors legislation has actually not done a lot more concerning systems it could be due to the truth that there could certainly be really excellent factors for it not to do more.Why competitors regulation could show us?Some might ask yourself whether competitors legislation could actually instruct us something regarding systems and also concerning just how to deal with them. Some mood of evident intricacy has additionally allowed it to progress comfortably, cost-free from the reasoning of little national politics(by which I suggest that its underlying concepts are not impacted by trendy or movable political factors to consider, which is a great point; by the method, I created those suggestions below). In enhancement to that, competitors regulation has a blessed sight of the major problems commonly connected to systems. This additionally implies that: Business techniques lugged out in multi-sided markets will certainly typically be competitively uncertain, due to the fact that the exact same functions that produce market power could aid attain ideal scale/demand side performances(for this reason the title of my item on the topic: the dual duality of two-sided markets).