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
European Competition Law Annual, v. v. 11
1 online resource (694 pages).
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