Competition Law and Policy: Cases and Materials by Philip ClarkeCompetition Law and Policy: Cases and Materials by Philip Clarke

Competition Law and Policy: Cases and Materials

byPhilip Clarke, Stephen Corones, Julie Clarke

Paperback | August 12, 2011

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Competition Law and Policy: Cases and Materials outlines and evaluates Australian competition law and its policy rationale. This fully revised third edition draws together a comprehensive collection of material, providing an excellent and up-to-date guide to Australian competition law andcurrent proposals for change. The book begins with an overview of Australia's competition policies and goals and of the evolution of its common law. The text then systematically discusses the principle forms of anti-competitive conduct engaged in by firms. Finally, it looks at the uniquely Australian concepts of authorisationand access and the sanctions imposed for breaches of competition law.
Philip Clarke has recently retired from his position as Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) at the School of Law, Deakin University. Stephen Corones is a Professor at the School of Law, Queensland University of Technology. Julie Clarke is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Law, Deakin University.
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Title:Competition Law and Policy: Cases and MaterialsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:816 pages, 9.65 × 6.69 × 0 inPublished:August 12, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195562895

ISBN - 13:9780195562897

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Table of Contents

1. The Evolution of Australian Competition Law2. Restraint of Trade3. Australian Competition Law in Outline4. The Goals of Competition Law5. Economic Concepts and Definitions6. Cartel Conduct7. Primary Boycotts8. Anti-competitive Agreements9. Misuse of Market Power and Below Cost Pricing10. Exclusive Dealing11. Resale Price Maintenance12. Mergers13. Authorisation and Notification14. Public Enforcement by the ACCC and CDPP15. Private Enforcement16. Access to Declared Services