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Conference Proceedings (1994), Antitrust in a Global Economy, Fordham Corporate Law Institute, pp. 185-220

Competition and Efficiency

The paper raises the question of the underlying goals of competition laws. These goals are not always the same, from one country to the next and not always based on sound economic analysis. The paper then examines the way a competition law designed to enhance efficiency should be designed and enforced.

JENNY, F. (1994). Competition and Efficiency. In: Antitrust in a Global Economy. Fordham Corporate Law Institute, pp. 185-220.