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Book chapters (2012), The Global Limits of Competition Law, Stanford University Press, pp. 158-176

Competition Authorities: Independence and Advocacy

Competition authorities value their independence. However, although independence is an asset for law enforcers, it is a weakness for advocates. The financial crisis has revealed that competition authorities were powerless to prevent governments from interventions, and sometimes anticompetitive interventions in market mechanism.

JENNY, F. (2012). Competition Authorities: Independence and Advocacy. In: The Global Limits of Competition Law. 1st ed. Stanford University Press, pp. 158-176.

Keywords : #Concurrence, #Crise-financière, #Indépendance