Asian Capitalism and the Regulation of Competition explores the implications of Asian forms of capitalism and their regulation of competition for the emerging global competition law regime. Expert contributors from a variety of backgrounds explore the topic through the lenses of formal law, soft law and transnational regulation, and make extensive comparisons with Euro-American and global models. Case studies include Japan, China and Vietnam, and thematic studies include examinations of competition law's relationship with other regulatory terrains such as public law, market culture, regulatory geography and transnational production networks.Towards a Regulatory Geography of Global Competition Law Michael W. Dowdle , John Gillespie, Imelda Maher ... A central theme of this essay is, however, that the dynamics of competition law in Asia may limit the extent to whichanbsp;...
|Title||:||Asian Capitalism and the Regulation of Competition|
|Author||:||Michael W. Dowdle, John Gillespie, Imelda Maher|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2013-04-18|