Competition Law Compliance Programmes: An Interdisciplinary Approach by Johannes PahaCompetition Law Compliance Programmes: An Interdisciplinary Approach by Johannes Paha

Competition Law Compliance Programmes: An Interdisciplinary Approach

byJohannes Paha

Hardcover | October 24, 2016

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This book reviews and presents antitrust law compliance programmes from different angles. These programmes have been increasingly implemented and refined by firms over recent years, and various aspects of this topic have been researched. The contributions in this book extend beyond the treatment of legal issues and show how lawyers, economists, psychologists, and business scholars can help design antitrust law compliance programmes more effectively and run them more efficiently.

Dr. Johannes Paha, Justus Liebig University Giessen, Department of Economics, VWL I - Industrial Organization, Regulation and Antitrust, Giessen, Germany
Title:Competition Law Compliance Programmes: An Interdisciplinary ApproachFormat:HardcoverDimensions:241 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.25 inPublished:October 24, 2016Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3319446320

ISBN - 13:9783319446325

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Table of Contents

Part I: Introduction: Introduction (Johannes Paha).- Competition Law Compliance Programmes: an Economic Perspective (Stefan Frübing, and Kai Hüschelrath).- Part II: Compliance in Business and Economics: Results of a Survey in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland on how to Prevent Violations of Competition Laws (Georg Götz, Daniel Herold, and Johannes Paha).- Reducing Antitrust Violations (Peter Kotzian, Thomas Stöber, and Barbara E. Weißenberger).- Compliance and Incentive Compatible Working Contracts (Daniel Herold).- Antitrust Compliance and Abusive Behaviour (Ulrich Schwalbe).- Part III: Criminal Sanctions: Criminal Sanctions against Corporations (Andreas Ransiek).- Compliance and Individual Sanctions in the Enforcement of Competition Law (Florian Wagner-von Papp).- Part IV: Fine Reductions: Can Compliance Programmes contribute to effective antitrust enforcement? (Florence Thépot).- Legal incentives for compliance programmes - stick or carrot? (Per Rummel).- Part V: The Psychology of Compliance: Psychological Contributions to Competition Law Compliance (Agnieszka Paruzel, Barbara Steinmann, Annika Nübold, Sonja K. Ötting, and Günter W. Maier).