The Cartel Project: Report on a Survey of the Australian Public Regarding Anti-Cartel Law and Enforcement
Melbourne Law School
University of Melbourne - Department of Criminology
Melbourne Law School - University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne
January 18, 2011
U of Melbourne Legal Studies Research Paper No. 519
This survey has been undertaken in connection with a research project (The Cartel Project) that investigates various aspects of the criminalisation of cartel conduct in Australia. In section 1 of the Report we set out the background to cartel criminalisation in Australia (section 1.1) and explain the aims and components of The Cartel Project (section 1.2). We also set out why we decided to undertake this survey as part of The Cartel Project and, in particular, why we regard empirical evidence of public opinion on cartel criminalisation as relevant from various perspectives (section 1.3). The scope of the survey, as determined by the questions we were seeking to answer, is explained (section 1.4), and finally there is a note on the purpose and scope of this report (section 1.5).
Number of Pages in PDF File: 374
Keywords: cartel conduct, criminalisation, cartel law
JEL Classification: K00, K14, K39working papers series
Date posted: January 20, 2011
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