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Anti-cartel enforcement in a contemporary age : leniency religion / edited by Caron Beaton-Wells and Christopher Tran.

Contributor(s): Beaton-Wells, Caron [editor.] | Tran, Christopher [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Hart studies in competition law: volume 10.Publisher: Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2015Description: xii, 342 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781849466905.Subject(s): Antitrust law | CartelsDDC classification: 343.0721 Summary: 1. Leniency policies: revolution or religion? /​ Caron Beaton-Wells 2. Leadership of leniency /​ Ann O'Brien 3. Leniency policy with Chinese characteristics /​ Mark Williams 4. What do we know about the effectiveness of leniency policies? A survey of the empirical and experimental evidence /​ Catarina Marvao and Giancarlo Spagnolo 5. Anti-cartel enforcement in Japan: does leniency make the difference? /​ Steven Van Uytsel 6. Leniency, profiling and reverse profiling in multi-product markets: strategic challenges for competition authorities /​ Leslie M Marx and Claudio Mezzetti 7. A case for capping the dosage: leniency and competition authority governance /​ William E Kovacic 8. Leniency decision-making from a corporate perspective: complex realities /​ Andreas Stephan and Ali Nikpay 9. Leniency: the poisoned chalice or the pot at the end of the rainbow? /​ Ian S Forrester and Pascal Berghe 10. Reconditioning corporate leniency: the possibility of making compliance programmes a condition of immunity /​ Brent Fisse 11. Leniency, whistle-blowing and the individual: should we create another race to the competition agence? /​ Maurice E Stucke 12. Leniency and criminal sanctions in anit-cartel enforcement: happily married or uneasy bedfellows? /​ Christopher Harding, Caron Beaton-Wells and Jennifer Edwards 13. Why leniency does not undermine compensation /​ Daniel A Crane 14. Leniency and the two faces of Janus: where public and private enforcment merge and converge /​ Laura Guttuso 15. The air cargo cartel: lessons for compliance /​ Howard Bergman and D Daniel Sokol 16. Combining leniency policies and compliance programmes to prevent cartels /​ Joe Murphy.
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Includes bibliographical references and an index.

1. Leniency policies: revolution or religion? /​ Caron Beaton-Wells
2. Leadership of leniency /​ Ann O'Brien
3. Leniency policy with Chinese characteristics /​ Mark Williams
4. What do we know about the effectiveness of leniency policies? A survey of the empirical and experimental evidence /​ Catarina Marvao and Giancarlo Spagnolo
5. Anti-cartel enforcement in Japan: does leniency make the difference? /​ Steven Van Uytsel
6. Leniency, profiling and reverse profiling in multi-product markets: strategic challenges for competition authorities /​ Leslie M Marx and Claudio Mezzetti
7. A case for capping the dosage: leniency and competition authority governance /​ William E Kovacic
8. Leniency decision-making from a corporate perspective: complex realities /​ Andreas Stephan and Ali Nikpay
9. Leniency: the poisoned chalice or the pot at the end of the rainbow? /​ Ian S Forrester and Pascal Berghe
10. Reconditioning corporate leniency: the possibility of making compliance programmes a condition of immunity /​ Brent Fisse
11. Leniency, whistle-blowing and the individual: should we create another race to the competition agence? /​ Maurice E Stucke
12. Leniency and criminal sanctions in anit-cartel enforcement: happily married or uneasy bedfellows? /​ Christopher Harding, Caron Beaton-Wells and Jennifer Edwards
13. Why leniency does not undermine compensation /​ Daniel A Crane
14. Leniency and the two faces of Janus: where public and private enforcment merge and converge /​ Laura Guttuso
15. The air cargo cartel: lessons for compliance /​ Howard Bergman and D Daniel Sokol
16. Combining leniency policies and compliance programmes to prevent cartels /​ Joe Murphy.

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