1 edition of German Monopolies Commission, 1973-1983 found in the catalog.
German Monopolies Commission, 1973-1983
English translations of the summaries of the Monopolkommission"s first five biennial reports.
|Contributions||Germany (West). Monopolkommission.|
|LC Classifications||HD2859 .G45 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||175 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||88134124|
The Goals of Competition Law Edited by Daniel Zimmer Professor of Law, University of Bonn, Germany, and Member of the German Monopolies Commission.'t,.Cited by: 6. The Monopolies Commission is an independent advisory body that advises the German federal government on competition policy, competition law and regulation. --Editing by Brian : Vin Gurrieri.
Germany’s parliament wanted to ensure that the necessary information about the possible emergence of problematic market power is available, only to discover this no longer fits in with the neoliberal ideology inspired by the Chicago School, which has apparently become the ruling ideology at Germany’s Monopolies Commission. In the past, he has been a member and Chairman of the German Monopolies Commission and, more recently, of two ad hoc advisory committees in Germany, dealing with government loans and loan guarantees to nonfinancial companies and with exit strategies for the government’s participations in banks in the financial crisis.
The German Monopolies Commission has undermined the German position a little by recommending late last year that German banks reduce their holdings in industrial companies. Then through joining the German Monopolies Commission which is an advisory committee on matters involving competition law and competition policy. Two features of that work were very interesting.
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The German Monopolies Commission (Monopolkommission), an independent body advising the German federal government and legislature on competition law and policy, recently published its Twenty-second Biennial Report (“Report”) in which it outlined recommendations 1973-1983 book adapt the German legal framework to account for what it characterized as new competition challenges faced by.
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