EC競争法原則の経済学的分析(第2版)<br>The Role of Economic Analysis in the EC Competition Rules (European Monographs Number 17) (2ND)

EC競争法原則の経済学的分析(第2版)
The Role of Economic Analysis in the EC Competition Rules (European Monographs Number 17) (2ND)

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基本説明

Beginning with a brief but comprehensive presentation of the relevant competition rules and the goals of European competition policy, the book goes on to discuss the various economic mainstream theories, culminating in the European School.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   v
Introduction 1 (6)
Development of a European School 1 (4)
Way of Research 5 (2)
Competition Rules 7 (98)
European Competition Policy 7 (19)
The Community as an Open Market Economy 8 (2)
Competition Policy and Economic Policy 10 (2)
Community Objectives 12 (4)
Competition Policy and Industrial Policy 16 (3)
Institutions of the Community 19 (1)
The Commission 19 (2)
The Role of the EC Courts 21 (5)
The EC Competition Rules 26 (60)
Article 81 26 (1)
Article 81(1) 26 (1)
Agreement, Decision and Concerted Practice 26 (5)
Appreciability 31 (1)
Object and Effect 32 (2)
Article 81(3) 34 (1)
System Under Article 81(3) 35 (1)
Procedure Under Article 81(3) 36 (3)
Administrative Reform 39 (1)
Article 82 40 (1)
General Principles 40 (3)
Dominance 43 (5)
Abuse 48 (3)
Imposition of Unfair Purchase or Selling 51 (4)
Prices or Conditions (Article 82(a))
Limiting Production, Markets or Technical 55 (1)
Development to the Prejudice of Consumers
(Article 82(b))
Applying Dissimilar Conditions to 56 (1)
Equivalent Transactions (Article 82(c))
Tie-in Practices (Article 82(d)) 57 (1)
Exclusionary Abuses Not Directly Covered 58 (12)
by the Examples in Article 82(a)-(d)
Merger Control in EC Competition Law 70 (1)
The Evolution of Concentration Control in 70 (3)
Europe
Council Regulation (EEC) 4064/89 and 73 (4)
Amending Council Regulation (EC) 1310/97
Scope of Application 77 (4)
The Community Dimension 81 (3)
Definition of a Concentration 84 (2)
German Competition Law 86 (4)
United States Antitrust Law 90 (15)
The Development of Antitrust Law in the 90 (2)
United States
The Sherman Act 92 (2)
Other Legislation 94 (1)
Mergers 95 (4)
U.S. - Europe: A Comparative Competition 99 (3)
Law?
European Merger Control 102(3)
Competition Theory 105(78)
Introduction 105(2)
Competition 107(2)
Development of Competition Theory 109(1)
Classical Theory 110(1)
Perfect Competition 111(4)
Imperfect Competition and Price 115(5)
Discrimination
The Concept of Workable Competition 120(1)
J.M. Clark 120(1)
Workable Competition 121(2)
German Experiences 123(1)
Effective Competition 124(2)
The Harvard School 126(1)
Edward S. Mason 126(4)
Industrial Organization 130(2)
The Concentration Doctrine 132(1)
Joe S. Bain 133(3)
Theory of Contestable Markets 136(4)
Game Theory 140(2)
Strategic Behaviour Theory 142(1)
The Chicago School 143(4)
The Efficiency Doctrine 147(1)
Policy Implications 148(2)
The Post-Chicago School 150(3)
The Neo-Classical Concept of Freedom of 153(1)
Competition
The Austrian School 154(2)
The Neo-Austrians 156(2)
The Development towards a European 158(1)
Concept of Competition
The Freiburg School 158(4)
Modern Industrial Organization 162(3)
The European School 165(1)
The Commission's conceptual framework 165(2)
Dynamic Welfare Analysis 167(3)
Appendix A. 170(10)
Appendix B. Concepts of Competition 180(3)
The European School 183(232)
Article 81(1) 183(48)
The Object and the Effect 187(4)
Definition of the Relevant Market 191(4)
The Evolving Economic Approach 195(12)
The Balancing in Article 81(1) 207(8)
The New Approach 215(6)
The Inherency and Ancillary Restraints 221(2)
Doctrine
The Effect on Trade Between Member States 223(3)
Appreciability 226(5)
Article 81(3) 231(47)
Individual Exemptions 231(2)
Form A/B 233(3)
Application of Article 81(3) 236(3)
Contribution to Improving the Production 239(6)
or Distribution or to Promoting Technical
or Economic Progress
Consumers Receive a Fair Share of the 245(1)
Resulting Benefit
The Indispensability Criterion 246(1)
No Substantial Elimination of Competition 247(1)
Block Exemptions 248(1)
The Traditional Approach 248(3)
Selective Distribution Agreements 251(6)
Franchising Agreements 257(1)
The More Economic-Based Approach 258(1)
New Competition Rules for Distribution 258(12)
New Competition Rules for Co-operation 270(8)
Article 82 278(42)
Dominance 278(2)
The Definition of the Relevant Market 280(5)
The Relevant Product Market 285(1)
The Early Cases 285(4)
Demand and Supply Substitutability 289(2)
Further Development 291(8)
The Relevant Geographic Market 299(4)
Substantial Part of the Common Market 303(1)
The Time Factor 304(1)
Assessment of Economic Strength 305(1)
Market Share 305(4)
Market Structure Analyses (MSA) 309(2)
Entry Barriers 311(4)
Collective Dominance 315(5)
The Merger Regulation 320(95)
Appraisals of Concentrations 320(4)
Form CO 324(3)
Market Definition Methodology 327(1)
The Hypothetical Monopolist Test (HM) 328(1)
Execution of the HM 329(3)
Demand Side Substitutability 332(2)
Supply Side Substitutability 334(5)
Market Structure Analyses (MSA) 339(2)
Determination of the Relevant Product 341(3)
Market
Product Market Definition under the 344(6)
Merger Regulation
Product Market Definition According to 350(3)
the Commission Notice on the Definition
of the Relevant Market
Determination of the Relevant Geographic 353(6)
Market
The American Antitrust Law Experience 359(3)
Shipment Tests 362(2)
Transport Costs 364(1)
Price Tests 365(3)
Geographic Market Definition under the 368(1)
Merger Regulation
The Use of General Indicators 369(2)
Demand Factors 371(2)
Supply Side Factors 373(6)
The Geographic Dimension of Markets 379(6)
Geographic Market Definition According to 385(3)
the Commission Notice on the Definition
of the Relevant Market
Competitive Assessment by Market 388(2)
Structure Analyses
Market Structure 390(11)
Collective Dominance 401(7)
Potential Competition 408(7)
Conclusion 415(10)
The Commission's Policy Change 415(10)
Table of Cases 425(14)
Bibliography 439(20)
Index 459