This course examines antitrust law in the global economy. The course will compare United States and European Union antitrust laws and enforcement practices, highlighting important areas of divergence, and discussing the legal, economic and political reasons for those differences. A brief discussion of antitrust laws of selected other countries, including emerging economies and developing countries, will be included. The course will also consider the problems of regulating global markets through domestic antitrust laws and evaluate proposals to internationalize antitrust law and link it more closely with international trade law. Antitrust and Trade Regulation is a prerequisite for taking the course. Students concurrently enrolled in Antitrust and Trade Regulation class are eligible to take the class.
Section Offerings for 2012-13
|L6138-001||12F||Comparative and International Antitrust|
|A. Bradford||T 4:20 PM-6:10 PM||WJWH 103|
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