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Law and competition in twentieth century Europe

protecting Prometheus
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Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press , Oxford, New York
Restraint of trade -- Europe -- History -- 20th century, Antitrust law -- Europe -- History -- 20th ce

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StatementDavid J. Gerber.
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LC ClassificationsKJC6456 .G47 1998
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Paginationxiv, 472 p. ;
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ISBN 10019826285X
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: Law and Competition in Twentieth Century Europe: Protecting Prometheus (): Gerber, David J.: BooksCited by: Protecting economic competition has become a major objective of government in Western Europe, and competition law has become a central part of economic and legal experience.

The competition law of the European Union has played a key role in the success of European integration during the last four decades, and it is likely to do so in the future.

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Yet the more I talked with those involved in competition law in Europe and the more I read about twentieth century Europe, the more I was convinced that the result might be worth the effort -- the story needed to be told, distorted images needed to be corrected, the dynamics of European competition law systems had to be better understood, and.

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[David J Gerber] -- Protecting economic competition has become a major objective of European governments. David Gerber explains the framework of competition law.

Protecting economic competition has become a major objective of government in Western Europe, and competition law has become a central part of economic and legal experience. National competition laws have long helped to shape the relationship between government and the economy, and their influence has grown dramatically during the last decade.

Professor David Gerber of lIT/Chicago-Kent College of Law has written Law and Competition in Twentieth Century Europe: Protecting Prometheus1 expressly to make the case for an indigenous competition law in Europe. He argues that there is a European competition law that stands independently of United States antitrust law and : Spencer Weber Waller.

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National competition laws. Book Review: Law and Competition in Twentieth Century Europe, Protecting Prometheus. By David J.

Gerber. Oxford: Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press, Despite this importance, images of Europe's experience with competition law often remain vague and are sometimes dangerously distorted. This book examines the European experience in protecting competition by analyzing its dynamics, revealing its importance, and highlighting the political and economic issues it : $ Book Reviews LAW AND COMPETITION IN TWENTIETH CENTURY EUROPE: PROTECTING PROMETHEUS.

By David J. Gerber. Oxford: Clarendon Press, Pp. Reviewed by Barry J. Rodger* INTRODUCTION The title of this book is grandiose although ultimately the actual scope of the book is limited both by the style of writing and the book's atheoretical approach.

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This chapter begins with a discussion of the path of competition law in Europe. It then discusses the factors that shaped competition law. It argues that the ‘story’ of European competition law calls for a fundamental re-thinking of existing images of the European law experience. Those images evolved based on facile and sometimes politically motivated assumptions and against the background.

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The competition law of the European Union has played a key role in the success of European integration during the last four decades, and it is likely to do so in the :   2 Twentieth Century. In political terms, the 20th century brought about a gradual transfer of power from Europe, ‘a forest of symbols’,1 to what had until then been the peripheries, in particular the United States.

In the first half of the century, influential ideas about international law were promoted by American statesmen in European Cited by: 4. Professor David Gerber of lIT/Chicago-Kent College of Law has written Law and Competition in Twentieth Century Europe: Protecting Prometheus1 expressly to make the case for an indigenous competition law in Europe.

He argues that there is a European competition law that stands independently of United States antitrust law and : Spencer Weber Waller.

Gerber, D., Law and Competition in Twentieth Century Europe – Protecting Prometheus () Glenn, P., Comparative Law and Legal Practice, On Removing the Borders, 75 Tulane (). Gerber, D., Law and Competition in Twentieth Century Europe (Oxford University Press, ) Gerber, D., ‘ The Extraterritorial Application of German Antitrust Law ’ ( Cited by: Buy Law and Competition in Twentieth Century Europe Protecting Prometheus by David J.

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1 The Sherman Actthe Clayton Act Prior to the Sherman Act trusts had been used by business. On remand, the district court, after the Supreme Court's ruling, dismissed Twentieth Century Fox's Lanham Act claims as well as analogous California state law unfair competition claims.

The only remaining issue was whether the plaintiffs had a copyright in the underlying work, Eisenhower's book Crusade in ons: U.S. 23 (more) S. ; L. General Dwight D. Eisenhower's World War II book, Crusade in Europe, was published by Doubleday, which registered the work's copyright and granted exclusive television rights to an affiliate of respondent Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation (Fox).

United Kingdom competition law is affected by both British and European elements. The Competition Act and the Enterprise Act are the most important statutes for cases with a purely national dimension. However, if the effect of a business' conduct would reach across borders, the European Commission has competence to deal with the problems, and exclusively EU law would apply.

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EUI WP LAW / competition by regulating anti-competitive conduct.[1] The history of competition law reaches back to the Roman Empire. The business practices of market traders, guilds and governments have always been subject to scrutiny, and sometimes severe sanctions.

Since. Comprehensive and accessible, this book offers a concise synthesis of the evolution of the law in Western Europe, from ancient Rome to the beginning of the twentieth century. It situates law in the wider framework of Europe’s political, economic, social and cultural developments.

BOOK REVIEWS David Gerber, Global Competition: Law, Markets and Globalization (Oxford University Press, ), pages, including bibliography Professor Gerber has done it again. His new book, `Global Competition', is as thorough, thoughtful, and thought-provoking as his outstanding first book, `Law and Competition in Twentieth Century Europe: Protecting Prometheus'.

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