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The Resource European competition law annual : 2004 : the relationship between competition law and the (liberal) professions, edited by Claus-Dieter Ehlermann and Isabella Atanasiu

European competition law annual : 2004 : the relationship between competition law and the (liberal) professions, edited by Claus-Dieter Ehlermann and Isabella Atanasiu

Label
European competition law annual : 2004 : the relationship between competition law and the (liberal) professions
Title
European competition law annual
Title remainder
2004 : the relationship between competition law and the (liberal) professions
Statement of responsibility
edited by Claus-Dieter Ehlermann and Isabella Atanasiu
Title variation
Relationship between competition law and the (liberal) professions
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UKM
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Ehlermann, Claus-Dieter.
  • Atanasiu, Isabela.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Antitrust law
  • Intellectual property
Label
European competition law annual : 2004 : the relationship between competition law and the (liberal) professions, edited by Claus-Dieter Ehlermann and Isabella Atanasiu
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [591]-610)
Contents
  • Panel 1.
  • Economic Aspects.
  • p. 1
  • I.
  • Managing competition in professional services and the burden of inertia/
  • Benito Arrunada
  • p. 51
  • II.
  • liberal professions - getting the regulatory balance right/
  • Amelia Fletcher
  • p. 73
  • p. 85
  • III.
  • Towards a smarter protection of public interests in the liberal professions/
  • Marc Hameleers
  • Jeroen van den Heuvel Rijnders
  • Sander Balje
  • IV.
  • Antitrust law compliance and professional governance : how can the European commission trigger competitive self-regulation?/
  • Harald Herrmann
  • p. 101
  • V.
  • Regulation, competition and the professions/
  • Frederic Jenny
  • p. 131
  • VI.
  • market failure justification for the regulation of professional service markets and the characteristics of consumers/
  • Frank H. Stephen
  • p. 143
  • VII.
  • Towards efficient self-regulation in markets for professional services/
  • Roger van den Bergh
  • p. 155
  • Panel 2.
  • Legal issues.
  • p. 177
  • I.
  • Freedom of establishment and freedom to provide services for regulated professions in the internal market : new initiatives by the commission/
  • Pamela Brumter Coret
  • p. 219
  • II.
  • Vocation as commodity/
  • John D. Cooke
  • p. 229
  • III.
  • Liberal or learned? : European and US antitrust approaches to the professions/
  • Harry First
  • p. 239
  • IV.
  • Where law meets competition : is Wouters like a Cassis de Dijon or a platypus?/
  • Ian S. Forrester
  • p. 271
  • V.
  • Competition law and public interest : do we need to change the law for the (liberal) professions?/
  • Hans Gilliams
  • p. 295
  • VI.
  • regulated conduct defence in Canada/
  • Calvin S. Goldman
  • Benjamin R. Little
  • p. 335
  • VII.
  • Anti-competitive state action in the area of liberal professions : an EU/US comparative law perspective/
  • Luc Gyselen
  • p. 353
  • VIII.
  • Antitrust and the liberal professions : the US experience/
  • William Kolasky
  • p. 397
  • IX.
  • Professions and competition in Spain : a long and winding road/
  • Santiago Martinez Lage
  • Rafael Allendesalazar Corcho
  • p. 409
  • X.
  • Resolution of conflicts in the integrated Article 81 EC/
  • Assimakis P. Komninos
  • p. 451
  • Panel 3.
  • Institutional/political issues.
  • p. 473
  • p. 517
  • I.
  • Professional services : recent EU developments and work in progress/
  • Lowri Evans
  • Maija Laurila
  • Ruth Paserman
  • II.
  • Australian experience concerning law and the professions/
  • Allan Fels
  • p. 529
  • III.
  • Competition policy research and development, institutional interdependency, and the future work of competition agencies in the professions/
  • William E. Kovacic
  • p. 547
  • IV.
  • learned professions in the United States : where do we stand thirty years after Goldfarb?/
  • Mark C. Schechter
  • Christine C. Wilson
  • p. 555
  • V.
  • Critical remarks on the commissions's legal analysis in its report on competition in professional services/
  • Mario Siragusa
  • p. 583
Control code
ocm69733189
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxxv, 610 p.
Isbn
9781841136127
Note
Law packs 3-5 bib class law
Label
European competition law annual : 2004 : the relationship between competition law and the (liberal) professions, edited by Claus-Dieter Ehlermann and Isabella Atanasiu
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [591]-610)
Contents
  • Panel 1.
  • Economic Aspects.
  • p. 1
  • I.
  • Managing competition in professional services and the burden of inertia/
  • Benito Arrunada
  • p. 51
  • II.
  • liberal professions - getting the regulatory balance right/
  • Amelia Fletcher
  • p. 73
  • p. 85
  • III.
  • Towards a smarter protection of public interests in the liberal professions/
  • Marc Hameleers
  • Jeroen van den Heuvel Rijnders
  • Sander Balje
  • IV.
  • Antitrust law compliance and professional governance : how can the European commission trigger competitive self-regulation?/
  • Harald Herrmann
  • p. 101
  • V.
  • Regulation, competition and the professions/
  • Frederic Jenny
  • p. 131
  • VI.
  • market failure justification for the regulation of professional service markets and the characteristics of consumers/
  • Frank H. Stephen
  • p. 143
  • VII.
  • Towards efficient self-regulation in markets for professional services/
  • Roger van den Bergh
  • p. 155
  • Panel 2.
  • Legal issues.
  • p. 177
  • I.
  • Freedom of establishment and freedom to provide services for regulated professions in the internal market : new initiatives by the commission/
  • Pamela Brumter Coret
  • p. 219
  • II.
  • Vocation as commodity/
  • John D. Cooke
  • p. 229
  • III.
  • Liberal or learned? : European and US antitrust approaches to the professions/
  • Harry First
  • p. 239
  • IV.
  • Where law meets competition : is Wouters like a Cassis de Dijon or a platypus?/
  • Ian S. Forrester
  • p. 271
  • V.
  • Competition law and public interest : do we need to change the law for the (liberal) professions?/
  • Hans Gilliams
  • p. 295
  • VI.
  • regulated conduct defence in Canada/
  • Calvin S. Goldman
  • Benjamin R. Little
  • p. 335
  • VII.
  • Anti-competitive state action in the area of liberal professions : an EU/US comparative law perspective/
  • Luc Gyselen
  • p. 353
  • VIII.
  • Antitrust and the liberal professions : the US experience/
  • William Kolasky
  • p. 397
  • IX.
  • Professions and competition in Spain : a long and winding road/
  • Santiago Martinez Lage
  • Rafael Allendesalazar Corcho
  • p. 409
  • X.
  • Resolution of conflicts in the integrated Article 81 EC/
  • Assimakis P. Komninos
  • p. 451
  • Panel 3.
  • Institutional/political issues.
  • p. 473
  • p. 517
  • I.
  • Professional services : recent EU developments and work in progress/
  • Lowri Evans
  • Maija Laurila
  • Ruth Paserman
  • II.
  • Australian experience concerning law and the professions/
  • Allan Fels
  • p. 529
  • III.
  • Competition policy research and development, institutional interdependency, and the future work of competition agencies in the professions/
  • William E. Kovacic
  • p. 547
  • IV.
  • learned professions in the United States : where do we stand thirty years after Goldfarb?/
  • Mark C. Schechter
  • Christine C. Wilson
  • p. 555
  • V.
  • Critical remarks on the commissions's legal analysis in its report on competition in professional services/
  • Mario Siragusa
  • p. 583
Control code
ocm69733189
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxxv, 610 p.
Isbn
9781841136127
Note
Law packs 3-5 bib class law

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