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On Some Economic Aspects Of The European Competition Policy Rhetoric
Economic aspects are things to look for in any competition policy. The present paper focuses on the European competition policy and its two important general frameworks: Articles 101 and 102 of theExpand
A Review of Marshall and Schumpeter on Evolution: Economic Sociology of Capitalist Development, Edited by Yuichi Shionoya and Tamotsu Nishizawa, Cheltenham UK, Edward Elgar, 2008, 285 pp
Joseph Alois Schumpeter (1883­1950) and Alfred Marshall (1842­1924) had more or less successfully delivered to humanity their vision about evolution and made connections between this and otherExpand
TOWARD A RECONSTRUCTION OF MICROSOFT VS. EUROPEAN COMMISSION DISPUTE USING THE THEORY OF FREE COMPETITION
Between 2004 and 2008, Microsoft was fined by the European Commission with 1.67 billion Euros for abuse of dominant position and tying products on the European operating system market. The paperExpand
AN ECONOMIC INTERPRETATION OF NEOCLASSICAL MONOPOLY THEORY IN THE LIGHT OF AUSTRIAN SCHOOL
The paper summarizes the contributions of the neoclassical and Austrian school ofthought in the field of monopoly theory arguing that the first uses non-operational concepts indescribing theExpand
A Short History of the “Just Price” Controversy in the XII-th and XIII-th Centuries
This paper analyzes the contributions of some of the pre-scholastic and scholastic writers on the doctrine of the “just price”. According to their perspective it is difficult to establish anExpand
Douglas A. Irwin. Free Trade under Fire. Third Edition. Princeton University Press. 2009
Douglas A. Irwin. Free Trade under Fire. Third Edition. Princeton University Press. 2009 In the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries trade and economic development received a painful hit, that ofExpand
Intellectual Property Theft. What’s The Crime? Who’s Guilty? (Stephan N. Kinsella: Against Intellectual Property)
When people are trying to get into the possession of a certain good, and that good is scarce, and by virtue not abundant, we say that we deal with a property problem. Which one of the many willExpand
Formal Rules Versus an Economic Approach in Dealing with Cartels: The Need for More Coherence in European Competition Law
Cartelizing is today among the most hunted business conduct in the world. Competition authorities from the countries where these statutes were adopted embrace the wisdom that such agreements betweenExpand
A Short Critique Of Perfect Competition Model From The Perspective Of Austrian School Of Economics
The perfect competition model is not the only model which we can use in analyzing the markets.Although it is quite clear that competition laws are based on it, there are not sufficient reasons toExpand