Market Integration: The Eu Experience And Implications For Regulatory Reform In China by Niels PhilipsenMarket Integration: The Eu Experience And Implications For Regulatory Reform In China by Niels Philipsen

Market Integration: The Eu Experience And Implications For Regulatory Reform In China

byNiels PhilipsenEditorStefan E. Weishaar, Guangdong Xu

Hardcover | November 17, 2015

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This book examines the relationship between regulation and market integration, with a special focus on China. It pursues a Law and Economics and Comparative Law approach (China and EU) to analyze the current obstacles to market integration and domestic economic growth in China. Topics covered at the national level include competition law, public procurement rules and financial regulation. At the regional and local level, this book addresses questions related to administrative monopolies, self-regulation, legal services markets, and environmental law.

Title:Market Integration: The Eu Experience And Implications For Regulatory Reform In ChinaFormat:HardcoverDimensions:317 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.03 inPublished:November 17, 2015Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:366248272X

ISBN - 13:9783662482728

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Table of Contents

Stefan Weishaar, Niels Philipsen and Guangdong Xu,Introduction.- Part I: Competition Law and Public Procurement:Jingyuan Ma,Market Integration as the Goal of Competition Law: The EU Experience and its Implications for China.-Mel Marquis,The State of State Action in EU Competition Law (Post-Greek Lignite) and a National Competition Strategy for China.-Stefan Weishaar,Striking an Uneasy Balance between Competition and Market Integration: The Case of EU Public Procurement.- Part II: Financial Regulation:Jiye Hu and Shouji Sun,Lessons from the European Debt Crisis for China.-Guangdong Xu and Binwei Gui,Why are China's State-Owned Enterprises so Profitable? A Financial Repression Perspective.-Tianshu Zhou and Wenjing Li,Is There a Level Playing Field in China's Capital Markets? An Analysis of Public and Private Enforcement.- Part III: Freedom of Establishment, Professional Regulation and Self-Regulation:Guang Shen and Niels Philipsen,Regulation of the Inter-Provincial Establishment of Companies: Applying the Private Interest Approach to China.-Niels Philipsen and Qi Zhou,Business Restrictions in the Legal Professions: Do We Need More Market Integration?.-Mengxing Lü and Michael Faure,The Regulation of Corporate Environmental Responsibility.-Mehdi Piri Damagh and Michael Faure,Self-Regulation versus Public Regulation: An Analysis of Environmental and Safety Standard Setting in the Oil and Gas Pipeline Sector.- Part IV. Conclusions:Stefan Weishaar and Niels Philipsen,Comparative and Concluding Remarks.