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Miller's Aust Competition Law & Pol

Miller's Aust Competition Law & Pol

ISBN 9780455238265
Edition 3e
Publisher Thomson Reuters
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Overview
Miller's Australian Competition Law and Policy, 3rd edition is a compelling treatise that explains Australian competition law as it is today and the underlying concepts and policy directions that produced it. It also draws on the development of competition law in other countries comparing them with the uniquely Australian features of our law. Significant changes to the law that came into effect on 5 November 2017 as a result of the Harper Review, arguably the most extensive and far-reaching changes in the evolution of Australian competition law in over 40 years are explained in this 3rd edition. A complementary work to "Miller's Australian Competition and Consumer Law Annotated" by explaining the historical and policy setting of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (previously the Trade Practices Act 1974). Key benefits of Miller's Australian Competition Law and Policy Provides guidance on the development of competition law in Australia explained in the framework of policy and the underlying concepts Utilising a subject-based approach, it explains this complex area of law. This book will be valuable for corporate lawyers, bureaucrats, students studying business or law, academics and practitioners seeking a contextual understanding of the law in this important area. CONTENTS Objectives of Competition Policy Origins of Australian Competition Law Development of Australian Competition Policy 1972 -1992 Development of Australian Competition Policy 1993 - 2017 Australian Competition Agencies and Institutions Economics and Competition Policy Concepts: Markets and Competition Concepts: Substantial Effect on Competition Coverage of Australian Competition Law Anticompetitive Arrangements and Concerted Practices Cartels Unilateral Conduct Laws; Monopolisation and the Misuse of Market Power Vertical Constraints - Tying and Other Vertical Restrictions Resale Price Maintenance Mergers and Acquisitions Competitor Boycotts, Secondary Boycotts and Collective Bargaining Access to Essential Facilities Exclusions and Immunities Consequences Competitive Neutrality

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