With economics at the centre of competition law, this handbook identifies the issues that antitrust economists are tackling today. The book’s comprehensive format provides full contact details for competition agencies’ economists in 50 jurisdictions. A Q&A format then illustrates how the advisers are organised and their input into the regulation and enforcement process.
The Handbook of Competition Enforcement Agencies has been fully revised and its comprehensive format provides the following information on 83 jurisdictions:
- Full contact details for competition agencies
- Organisational charts showing their structure
- Q&A format explaining their funding and powers
- Overview of the agencies' activities
The information has been provided by the agencies themselves and by a panel of local contributors.
This publication serves as an invaluable tool for competition practitioners, government authorities as well as businesses trading internationally.
This handbook outlines the legal and regulatory framework of international and national trading issues, as well as describing and commenting on the major trading blocs and countries. This book also provides full contact details for 27 countries and 14 blocs, together, in some cases, with charts showing their structure and a Q&A explaining their funding and powers.