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German Monopolies Commission, 1973-1983

German Monopolies Commission, 1973-1983

summaries of the first five biennial reports

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Published by Nomos in Baden-Baden .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Germany (West)
    • Subjects:
    • Monopolies -- Germany (West),
    • Competition -- Germany (West),
    • Industrial concentration -- Germany (West)

    • Edition Notes

      English translations of the summaries of the Monopolkommission"s first five biennial reports.

      StatementMonopolkommission.
      ContributionsGermany (West). Monopolkommission.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD2859 .G45 1987
      The Physical Object
      Pagination175 p. ;
      Number of Pages175
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2090781M
      ISBN 10378901348X
      LC Control Number88134124
      OCLC/WorldCa15788924

      Committee of the German Ministry of the Economy and Technol-ogy and of the European Commission’s Economic Advisory Group on Competition Policy, a Past Chairman of the German Monopolies Commission and of the German Government’s Advisory Commit-tee of Wirtschaftsfonds Deutschland. From May 1, , he is also. This excellent book is the outcome of re-search stimulated by the German Monopolies Commission. As is well-known, West Germany has one of the strictest statutory competition policies in the Western world. When judging the development of the West German antitrust policy during the past decade one cannot ig-nore the positive influence on that policy. Economics in European Merger Control, written jointly with Professor Daniel Zimmer, Head of the German Monopolies Commission, was published in and will soon also appear in a Chinese translation. For the handbook Competition Law: European Community Practice and Procedure, a key legal commentary, he contributed two extensive chapters on. Justus Haucap is the director of the Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics in has been a member of the German Monopolies Commission from to and chaired the.


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Get this from a library. German Monopolies Commission, summaries of the first five biennial reports. [Germany (West). Monopolkommission.;]. German Monopolies Commission ; Summaries o f the First Five Biennial Reports, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft Baden-Baden T h e German Monopolies Commission was established in pursuant to Section 24b of the German Act Against Restraints of Competition (GWB) under its second amendment of This book addresses researchers, practitioners, and policy makers interested in understanding the financial implications of mega-disaster risks as well as in seeking possible solutions with regard to governance, the allocation of financial risk, and resilience.

After positions with the German Monopolies Commission and the German Institute. Document Type: Book: All Authors / 1973-1983 book Germany (West). Monopolkommission.; lkommission.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Sector Report on 1973-1983 book railway markets J The Monopolies Commission recommends in its 7th Sector Report on German railway markets „Quality and Competition on the Railway“ that the regulatory framework needs to be revised to strengthen competition and to enhance the quality of the German railway markets.

read more. German Monopolies Commission ‘Algorithms and Collusion’, Chapter I of the XXII. Biennial Report The Monopolies Commission is a permanent, independent expert committee which advises the German government and legislature as regards.

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 to adapt the German legal framework to account for what it characterized as new competition challenges faced by.

Dr. Thomas Weck is Lead Analyst at the German Monopolies Commission (Monopolkommission) in Bonn. The author previously worked as.

The Monopolies Commission recommends in its 7th Sector Report on German railway markets „Quality and Competition on the Railway“ that the regulatory framework needs to be revised to strengthen competition and to enhance the quality of the German railway markets.

Fixed book prices 29 May The Monopolies Commission presents its. At a 1973-1983 book when competition authorities are increasing their focus on internet-powered services and the European Commission is clarifying its numerous Digital German Monopolies Commission Market objectives, 1 the German Monopolies Commission (the ‘Monopolies Commission’), one of the most influential expert committees on competition law in Germany, has published, on 1 Junea new Special Report Author: Bertrand Guérin, Anna Wolf-Posch.

Commission ends competition proceedings regarding German book price fixing agreements following acceptance of an undertaking on cross-border sales Hanns Peter NEHL and Jan NUIJTEN, Directorate-General Competition, unit C-2 Introduction The Commission has been dealing with the system of fixed book prices in Germany and Austria since.

It will be shown below that German legislation designed to ‘regulate’ competition policy consists of precisely identical strands, namely controlling cartels and attempting to prevent the abuse of market-dominant positions.

It will also be shown below that the effect of such legislation is regularly reviewed by the Monopolies Commission (MK).Author: E. Owen-Smith. If the D’Kart newsletter comes exceptionally on a pre-Christmas Sunday, it’s for a good reason.

To wish you a pleasant Sunday, to remind you of looking at the entries in the Antitrust Advent Calendar and for the purpose of literary criticism: a very well-known colleague has published a novel (in German), and you rightly want to know what it is like on the day of 1973-1983 book.

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English summary: As a former member of the Deregulation Commission () and a present member of the German Monopolies Commission. Although in other areas the German government is staunchly ordo-liberal, with regards to monopolies it has abaondoned these principles.

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Marc Bataille German Monopolies Commission (Monopolkommission) Contact Economic lead for complex projects, in particular responsible for energy sector and utilities.

SUSTAINABLE AND UNCHALLENGED ALGORITHMIC TACIT COLLUSION. Cover Page Footnote. We are grateful for comments received from participants in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development [OECD] roundtable on “Algorithms and Collusion” and the Max Planck Round Table Discussion on Tacit : Ariel Ezrachi, Maurice E.

Stucke. The latest news and analysis of the global railway industry from the world's leading international : Keith Barrow. GERMAN FEDERAL CARTEL OFFICE Monopolies Commission,' is not a government agency and has no decision-making authority.

The courts also play a role in private civil cases, but are required to operate in close connection with the FCO.4 Federal Cartel Office The FCO is the most important actor on the German competition law by: 4. By Dr. Thomas Weck (German Monopolies Commission) 1 [Abstract:] Digital platform markets pose novel issues when it comes to enforcing the competition rules.

A draft bill to amend the German Competition Act addresses two major issues – tipping and ecosystems. A third issue is being discussed at the EU level: information advantages that large platform operators may enjoy vis-à-vis Author: Thomas Weck.

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. The German Monopolies Commission, an independent body advising the government on competition law, therefore warns the new rules will put German workers at a disadvantage over EU workers exercising Author: Philip Oltermann.

Strategic withholding played an important role during the California Energy Crisis in and was a reason for the severity of this crisis (Kwoka and Sabodash, ).One of the best-known empirical studies in the field of capacity withholding incentives is that of Joskow and Kahn (), whose goal is to explain the sharp price increase in Californian energy wholesale in compared to Cited by: 2.

Just last week, the German Monopolies Commission published a report in which it discusses potential anti-competitive effects of price algorithms and proposes far-reaching amendments to the competition law enforcement framework.

Meanwhile, the European Commission has announced a consultation. Mergers registered by the Federal Cartel Office in West Berlin increased from in to last year. The commission found that West Germany's biggest companies led. Professor Dr Justus Haucap is the Director of the Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE) at Heinrich-Heine-University.

He previously served as a member of the German Monopolies Commission, which he chaired for four years (). And the release of the new pro-price-fixing report today—in news reports characterized as costing some €,00—is an answer, in part, to a report from the country’s Monopolies Commission which, inrecommended discarding fixed prices on books.

Immenga / Participatory investments by banks this time. The Monopolies Commission, in its first report inproposed a drastic restriction on participations to 5% of the capital of any one company [5]. The Monopolies Commission is charged by the antitrust law [6] to look into the.

The first panel discussed state capitalism and subsidies and how the level playing field can be ensured in the internal market. Philipp Steinberg argued that competition policy is only one element in combatting the distortions created by state-owned enterprises to achieve open markets, multilateralism and global value chains.

The European Commission saw in this—in a preliminary evaluation—a collusive conduct in restriction of competition between the five publishing groups and Apple with the purpose of raising prices for e-books in the European Economic Area (EEA) or of preventing lower prices for e-books.

37 The five publishing groups subsequently committed to Author: Daniel Zimmer, Martin Blaschczok. By Dr. Thomas Weck (German Monopolies Commission)1 Digital platform markets pose novel issues when it comes to enforcing the competition rules.Germany’s network infrastructure for ICTs is well developed, and its overall internet penetration rate is above the European Union (EU) average; in93 percent of German residents used the internet.1 According to ITU data, the country’s fixed broadband penetration rate was percent and its mobile broadband penetration rate was percentThis book offers an in-depth analysis of these long neglected yet practically most important topics.

It is the fruit of a research project funded by the European Commission, which brought together experts from academia, private practice and policy-making from across Europe and the United States.