Latin American Competition Law and Policy: A Policy in Search of Identity
In considering the development of the "second generation" of regulatory policy initiatives implemented in the region, this important book analyzes the role of competition policy in the promotion of successful and sustained economic development.
Examples of the vital and diverse aspects of the region's competition policy agenda covered are:
The author combines the legal description of the jurisdictions reviewed with the analytical tools of institutional economics, to give a fully rounded picture of this complex and evolving subject.
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- The Emergence of a Competition Culture in Latin America
- The Traditional Public Interest Paradigm of Competition Policy: The Correction of Market Failures through Antitrust Enforcement
- The Improvement of Market Coordination and Network Competition through Regulatory Reform
- Institutional Constraints on the Effectiveness of Competition Policy
- The Influence of International Competition Principles on the Design of Latin American Competition Policy Schemes
- Conclusion: Identifying the Conditions for a Successful Latin American Competition Policy