International competition law : a new dimension for the WTO? / Martyn D. Taylor.
By: Taylor, Martyn D.Material type: BookCall no.: K3850 .T39 2008Publication: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2008Description: xvi, 500 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780521102278 (pbk.); 0521102278 (pbk.); 0521863899; 9780521863896.Subject(s): World Trade Organization | Antitrust law (International law)
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
pt.1. An international competition agreement is desirable -- Is competition law beneficial? -- Is an international competition agreement desirable? -- Is there a sufficient basis for an international competition agreement? -- Have existing cross-border initiatives proved sufficient? -- pt.2. The WTO would provide a suitable institutional vehicle -- Would the WTO provide a suitable institutional vehicle for an international competition agreement? -- Would a WTO competition agreement promote international trade? -- Would competition regulation of trade measures promote competition? -- Should competition principles be introduced into anti-dumping law? -- pt.3. The optimal form for a WTO competition agreement -- What are the optimal objectives and principles for a WTO competition agreement? -- What is the optimal content for a WTO competition agreement? -- What is the optimal structure for a WTO competition agreement? -- Would a WTO competition agreement be politically achievable? -- Conclusion: a plurilateral competition agreement should be incorporated into the WTO.
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