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Competition Law Reform in Britain and Japan

Comparative Analysis of Policy Network

By Kenji Suzuki

Routledge – 2004 – 224 pages

Series: European Institute of Japanese Studies East Asian Economics and Business Series

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    978-0-415-25587-5
    March 27th 2002

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As market competition replaces state regulation in many economic fields, competition policy has become an area of increasing significance. Against this background, Suzuki highlights the importance of the domestic political structure for competition policy. He does this through the comparative analysis of competition law reforms in Britain and Japan. He argues - controversially - that a country's domestic political structure should be considered a major factor in causing the reform of competition law, and rejects the established view that it is necessarily a result of changes in international economic and political conditions.

Name: Competition Law Reform in Britain and Japan: Comparative Analysis of Policy Network (Hardback)Routledge 
Description: By Kenji Suzuki. As market competition replaces state regulation in many economic fields, competition policy has become an area of increasing significance. Against this background, Suzuki highlights the importance of the domestic political structure for competition...
Categories: Asian Studies, Banking & Finance Law