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European Competition Law Annual 2006 : Enforcement of Prohibition of Cartels

This volume reproduces the materials of the roundtable debate which examined the enforcement of the prohibition on cartels
eBook, English, 2007
Bloomsbury Publishing, London, 2007
1 online resource (694 pages).
9781847313942, 1847313949
Half title page; Title page; Title verso; List of sponsors; List of participants; Contents; Table of Cases; Introduction; 1. Session One: Oligopoly Theory and Economic Evidence; 2. Session Two: Investigative Powers of the Competition Authorities; 3. Session Three: Administrative (Civil) v. Criminal Sanctions; 4. Session Four: Private Enforcement of EC Competition Ruleson Cartels; 5. Session Five: Leniency, Financial Incentives and Plea Bargaining; 6. Session Six: Effectiveness of Enforcement and Legal Protection v. Rights of the Defence; Session A: Panel I Discussion. Session A: Panel I Working PapersI: Behavioral Screening and the Detection of Cartels- Harrington; II: On the Use of Economic Analysis in Cartel Detection- Rey; III: Structural Approaches to Cartel Detection- Grout and Sonderegger; IV: Oligopoly Theory and Economic Evidence- Whish; V: Oligopolies, Conscious Parallelism and Concertation- Allendesalazar, Martinez- Lage and Vallina; Session A: Panel II Working Papers; I: Seven Steps to Better Cartel Enforcement- Barnett; II: Some Background Notes on the Investigative Powers of the Competition Authorities- Collins. III: Searches Beneath the Cherry Tree in the Garden: European Thoughts on How to Enhance the Task of Uncovering and Thereby Deterring Cartels- ForresterIV: The Investigative Powers of the Canadian Competition Bureau: Domestic and International Dimensions- Goldman, Kwinter and Morris; V: The EU Model of Administrative Enforcement Against Global Cartels: Evolving to Meet Challenges- Guersent; Session B: Panel III Discussion; Session B: Panel III Working Papers; I: Is Criminalization of EU Competition Law the Answer?- Wils. II: Public Enforcement in the EU: Deterrent Effect and Proportionality of Fines- CalvinoIII: Modernization and Enforcement-The Need for Convergence: On Procedure and Substance- Venit; IV: Coming to Praise Criminal Antitrust Enforcement- Calkins; V: On the Effect of EU Cartel Investigations and Fines On the Infringing Firms' Market Value- Langus and Motta; Session C: Panel IV Discussion; Session B: Panel V Working Papers; I: The Commission's Green Paper on Private Enforcement: "Americanization" of EC Competition Law Enforcement?- Waelbroek and Slater. II: The Commission Green Paper On Damages Actions for Breach of the EC Antitrust Rules- Smijter and WoodsIII: Seeking the Perfect Balance: Some Reflections on the Commission's Green Paper on Damages Actions for Breach of the EC Antitrust Rules- Lawrence; IV: A Reflection on Some Private Antitrust Enforcement Issues- Siragusa and Ostuni; Session C: Panel VI Working Papers; I: US Corporate Leniency After the Blockbuster Cartels: Are We Entering a New Era?- Klawiter; II: That Uncertain Feeling: The Commission's 2002 Leniency Notice- Joshua
III: Despite Its Great Success, the EC Leniency Programme Faces Great Challenges- Bloom