Cartelization, Antitrust and Globalization in the US and by Mark S. LeClair

By Mark S. LeClair

The uncovering of a large number of cartels within the industrialised global has left an unlucky, but major, mark on international monetary advancements lately. Globalization has compelled organizations into extra direct festival; the end result has been worldwide price-fixing. this case has greatly challenged antitrust authorities.

Taking a extensive but unique method, this paintings units a realistic clarification of the background of cartels and antitrust legislations in a valid theoretical framework, in addition to supplying feedback as to how strength reforms of antitrust legislation may well increase the location going ahead. The e-book encompasses a complete research of the motivations in the back of and perceived necessity for firms to go into into cartels, and the good fortune or another way of legislatures’ makes an attempt to either discover and stop such cartels from occurring. a complete of 24 price-fixing conspiracies exposed within the US and Europe are tested as a part of the research to illustrate the globalization of collusion.

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