Book Volume 48 2014

Public and Private Enforcement of Competition Law in Europe

Legal and Economic Perspectives

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ISBN: 978-3-662-43974-6 (Print) 978-3-662-43975-3 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-vi

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    Pages 1-8

    Public and Private Enforcement of Competition Law in Europe – Introduction and Overview

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    Pages 9-37

    Public Enforcement of Anti-Cartel Laws – Theory and Empirical Evidence

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    Pages 39-51

    Leniency Programmes and the Structure of Cartels – Remarks from an Economic Perspective

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    Pages 53-61

    The Role of Fines in the Public Enforcement of Competition Law

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    Pages 63-76

    The Interaction of Public and Private Antitrust Enforcement – The Calculation of Fines and Damages

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    Pages 77-104

    The Interaction of Public and Private Enforcement – The Calculation and Reconciliation of Fines and Damages in Europe and Germany

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    Pages 105-119

    Disgorgement and Private Enforcement as Mitigating Circumstances for the Determination of Fines in Antitrust Law

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    Pages 121-140

    Quantifying Antitrust Damages – Economics and the Law

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    Pages 141-166

    Best Practices for Expert Economic Opinions – Key Element of Forensic Economics in Competition Law

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    Pages 167-191

    Access to Evidence and Presumptions – Communicating Vessels in Procedural Law

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    Pages 193-227

    Economic Evidence in Competition Litigation in Germany

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    Pages 229-246

    Private Damage Claims – Recent Developments in the Passing-on Defence

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    Pages 247-269

    Competition Law Enforcement in England and Wales

  15. Back Matter

    Pages 271-279