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Towards a Differentiated Analysis of Competition of Competition Laws


Wolfgang Kerber


Philipps University Marburg - School of Business Administration and Economics

Oliver Budzinski


Ilmenau University of Technology


ZWeR - Journal of Competition Law, pp. 411-448, 2003

Abstract:     
Can competition of competition laws be a feasible concept that should play an important role in an international order for the worldwide protection of competition? The authors will introduce four different types of regulatory competition that allow for a more differentiated analysis of beneficial and deficient effects of competition of competition laws. Their analysis shows that most types of regulatory competition have a rather limited scope for application to competition laws. However, yardstick competition can be very promising and represents a powerful argument against centralisation. An important result of the authors' analysis is that the institutional framework of any competition of competition laws plays a crucial role for its workability.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 38

JEL Classification: F02, K21

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Date posted: January 15, 2008  

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Kerber, Wolfgang and Budzinski, Oliver, Towards a Differentiated Analysis of Competition of Competition Laws. ZWeR - Journal of Competition Law, pp. 411-448, 2003. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1084023

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Wolfgang Kerber (Contact Author)
Philipps University Marburg - School of Business Administration and Economics ( email )
Am Plan 2
Marburg, D-35037
Germany
+49 6421 2823921 (Phone)
Oliver Budzinski
Ilmenau University of Technology ( email )
Ilmenau, D-98684
Germany
HOME PAGE: http://www.tu-ilmenau.de/wth
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