Competition Policy

Competition Policy

Competition policy in Global Commerce Policy

In this regard, competition policy is: approaches of governments to the promotion and protection of competition. The entries on trade policy are here. It consists of competition laws and policies achieving similar aims. Since the 1980s the term “competition policy” has broadened in scope in many industrial economies. The entries on trade policy are here. It now may be concerned also with the welfare-enhancing effects of opening non-tradeable sectors to competition, the so-called wider competition policy. This includes gas, water and electricity utilities which once were considered natural monopolies. Competition policy is often seen as promoting especially the interests of the consumer, and comparisons are made with trade policy which, especially in the case of trade remedies, tends to favour the producer. See also antitrust laws and trade and competition policy.[1]

Competition policyin the wold Encyclopedia

For an introductory overview on international trade policy, see this entry.

Resources

Notes and References

  1. Dictionary of Trade Policy, “Competition policy” entry (OAS)

See Also

Working Group on the Interaction between Trade and Competition Policy in Global Commerce Policy

In this regard, working group on the interaction between trade and competition policy is: established in December 1996 at the WTO Singapore Ministerial Conference to study issues related to the interaction between trade policy and competition policy, including anti- competitive practices. The entries on trade policy are here. Its task is to identify any areas that need to be considered further in the WTO framework. See also trade and competition.[1]

Working Group on the Interaction between Trade and Competition Policyin the wold Encyclopedia

For an introductory overview on international trade policy, see this entry.

Resources

Notes and References

  1. Dictionary of Trade Policy, “Working Group on the Interaction between Trade and Competition Policy” entry (OAS)

See Also

Competition Policy

See Also

  • Governance
  • Economic Governance
  • Investment Incentive
  • Market
  • Market Failure
  • Regulation
  • Regulatory
    Enforcement

Further Reading

  • Jordana, J., & Levi-Faur, D. (2004). The politics of regulation
    in the age of governance. In J. Jordana & D. Levi-Faur
    (Eds.), The politics of regulation: Institutions and regulatory
    reforms for the age of governance. Northampton, MA:
    Edward Elgar.
    Motta, M. (2004). Competition policy: Theory and practice.
    Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
    Wilks, S., & Bartle, I. (2002). The unanticipated
    consequences of creating independent competition
    agencies. West European Politics, 25(1), 148 172.
  • Competition Policy in the Encyclopedia of Governance, Mark Bevir – University of California, Berkeley, USA, 2007, SAGE Publications

Hierarchical Display of Competition policy

Business And Competition > Competition
Business And Competition > Business organisation > Economic concentration
European Union > European construction > Deepening of the European Union > EU activity > EU policy
Economics > Economic policy > Economic support > State aid
Production, Technology And Research > Research and intellectual property > Intellectual property > Industrial property
Economics > Economic policy > Economic support > Aid to undertakings

Meaning of Competition policy

Overview and more information about Competition policy

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Translation of Competition policy

Thesaurus of Competition policy

Business And Competition > Competition > Competition policy
Business And Competition > Business organisation > Economic concentration > Competition policy
European Union > European construction > Deepening of the European Union > EU activity > EU policy > Competition policy
Economics > Economic policy > Economic support > State aid > Competition policy
Production, Technology And Research > Research and intellectual property > Intellectual property > Industrial property > Competition policy
Economics > Economic policy > Economic support > Aid to undertakings > Competition policy

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