Developing Countries and the Possible Future WTO Framework on Competition Law and Policy

Another Look at a Current Controversy Kim Them Do ZWeR Online Contents I. Introduction II. The negative impacts of business firms’ anticompetitive practices on the economies of developing countries International cartel Export cartels International mergers and acquisitions (M&As) Intellectual property rights (IPRs) III. Rethinking institutional perspectives Developing country interests and the global framework on competition … Weiterlesen Developing Countries and the Possible Future WTO Framework on Competition Law and Policy

A Bad Problem Getting Worse

Regional Trade Agreements and the Future of the Multilateral Framework on Competition Policy and Law Kim Them Do ZWeR Online Contents I. Introduction II. A Brief History of the Development of International Competition Policy and Law III. Brief Overview of the Current Development of the Regional Trade Agreements 1. Some Basic Characteristics                                                      2. … Weiterlesen A Bad Problem Getting Worse

Perspectives of International Co-operation in Competition Law and Policy

Kim Them Do ZWeR Online Contents I. The need for an alternative approach II. Overview of the development of multilateral cooperation Early attempts at international agreement The ITO The ECOSOC The GATT The UNCTAD The OECD 2. Contemporary debates The role of the WTO  The emerging role of the ICN Limitations of multilateral agreement III. … Weiterlesen Perspectives of International Co-operation in Competition Law and Policy

Making Sense out of the International Antitrust Negotiations

An Analysis from the Rationalist and Constructivist Aproaches Kim Them Do Content I. Introduction II. The Theoretical Framework 1.  The Rationalist Perspective Sovereignty Costs Transaction Costs  2.  The Constructivist Perspective The Strong Constructivist Theory The Weak Constructivist Theory                                         3.  The Relationship between Rationalist and Constructivist Perspective     III. Explaining the Creation of the International Antitrust … Weiterlesen Making Sense out of the International Antitrust Negotiations

On the Normative Foundations of the Global Competition Governance

Kim Them Do Contents I. Introduction II. Competition paradox at a tough time 1. Ideological repercussion 2. Normative repercussions III. US and EU competition law discourse    1. US consumer welfare 2. EU consumer welfare 3. The EU ordoliberal objective 4. German competition law discourse IV. The global competition regime from  the perspective of developing countries … Weiterlesen On the Normative Foundations of the Global Competition Governance

How to promote the benefits of competition in a time of disruption?

Đỗ Kim Thêm Competition authorities of the advanced countries advocated for antitrust policies on the reason that people are better off. It is well-known that globalization and technological innovation are going on and are to benefit most members of society. Therefore, developing countries could introduce policies to ensure that the gains were widely shared. In this light, … Weiterlesen How to promote the benefits of competition in a time of disruption?

Paradox of Global Governance of Competition Law and Policy

Đỗ Kim Thêm The world today is still lacking a global framework of cooperation for dealing with the issues of monopolies, price fixing, cartels, mergers and other anticompetitive practices imposed by large firms. They are having a negative effect on the development of the global market. Improving consumer welfare and economic freedom poses various challenges … Weiterlesen Paradox of Global Governance of Competition Law and Policy