EU Competition Law
� Text, Cases, and Materials
   
 
Författare:Jones Alison , Sufrin Brenda , Dunne Niamh
Titel:EU Competition Law � Text, Cases, and Materials
Upplaga:7 uppl.
Utgivningsår:2020
Omfång:1352 sid.
Förlag:Oxford University Press
ISBN:9780198824657
Ämnesord:Marknadsrätt , EU-rätt

Pris: 622 SEK exkl. moms

 

The essential guide to EU competition law for students in one volume; extracts from key cases, academic works, and legislation are paired with incisive critique and commentary from an expert author team.

In this fast-paced subject area, the authors carefully highlight the most important cases, legislation, and developments to allow students to navigate the breadth of legislation and case law. With their clear explanations and commentary, the authors provide invaluable support to students as they approach this complex and highly technical area of law. Extracts provide opportunities for students to understand the law in practice, and to see its relevance to business.

Indispensable for undergraduate and postgraduate students alike, this is the standalone guide to the competition law of the EU.

Online resources:
This text is accompanied by an online list of useful web links, helping students continue their exploration of competition law.

- Full, definitive coverage of every aspect of EU competition law - the complete guide to the subject

- Students are guided through the most important extracts from key cases, articles, and statutory material, all carefully selected and explained by this experienced author team

- 'Central Issues' at the start of each chapter clearly identify key themes and principles discussed, to help readers navigate the material effectively

- Extensive footnoting and further reading suggestions provide a thorough guide to the literature, giving students a starting point for their own research and reading

New to this Edition:

-The relationship between Article 101(1) and Article 101(3) TFEU regarding block exemptions has been clarified

- There is now a separate chapter on market power (chapter 3); and further discussion of the Damages Directive (2014) in the chapter on private enforcement
 
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