7 edition of Competition Law and Regulation in European Telecommunications found in the catalog.
September 2000 by Hart Publishing (UK) .
Written in English
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This article examines how regulation and competition law have been deployed to control the firms operating in the telecommunications sector, and how, in particular, regulation has been designed, particularly in the European Union, in such a way that it can be withdrawn in favour of the more widespread application of competition law.
Examples are electricity generation, sewage treatment, Cited by: 2. EU Electronic Communications Law: Competition & Regulation in the European Telecommunications Market [Nihoul, Paul, Rodford, Peter] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
EU Electronic Communications Law: Competition & Regulation in the European Telecommunications Market5/5(1). Get this from a library. Competition Law and Regulation in European Telecommunications: Competition Law and Regulation in European Telecommunications.
[Pierre Larouche] -- Using numerous practical examples, this book examines the evolution of EC telecommunications law following the achievement of liberalisation, the main policy goal of the s. Using numerous practical examples,this book examines the evolution of EC telecommunications law following the achievement of liberalisation, the main policy goal of the s.
After reviewing the development of regulation in the run-up to liberalisation, the author identifies the methods used to direct the liberalisation process and tests their validity in the post-liberalisation context.
Also examined within the book is the procedural and institutional interplay between competition law and telecommunications regulation. In conclusion, Larouche explores the limits of competition law and puts forward a long-term case for sector-specific regulation, with a precise mandate to ensure that the telecommunications sector as a whole Author: Pierre Larouche.
Get this from a library. Competition law and regulation in European telecommunications. [Pierre Larouche] -- Using numerous practical examples, this book examines the evolution of EC telecommunications law following the achievement of liberalisation, the main policy goal of the s.
After reviewing the. About Competition Law and Regulation in European Telecommunications. Using numerous practical examples,this book examines the evolution of EC telecommunications law following the achievement of liberalisation, the main policy goal of the s. Telecommunications Law and Regulation.
Fifth Edition. Ian Walden. Fully updated fifth edition of the leading text; Includes an examination of the adoption of Directive /61/EU on the measures to reduce to cost of deploying electronic communication networks.
The Interplay between Telecommunications Regulation and Competition Law Telecommunications regulation and competition law are complementary instruments.
Their objective is to maintain a competitive market structure within the European Internal Market and, ultimately, to maximise customer welfare. Their bases are Articles 3(c) and. This book brings satisfying definition and clarity to this field at last.
Exploring the substantive differences between competition law and sector-specific regulation after the methodological integration, it presents the first detailed analysis of the many hundreds of notifications and Commission letters generated under the Article 7 procedure, identifying the most relevant cases dealing with.
This chapter provides an overview of the competition law principles which stand behind modern EU telecoms regulation. The first part discusses competition law as an ex post tool for telecoms regulation.
The second part analyses ex ante regulation, which is the main regulatory tool in the EU. The concept of significant market power is discussed through concepts of the relevant market, dominance Author: Andrej Savin.
In thirteen chapters, each contributed by one or more noted legal authorities in the field, the second edition of EC Competition and Telecommunications Law covers the full range of EC telecommunications law across all major areas of both institutional and substantive law, both on the international and EC levels, including the following:Format: Hardcover.
[PDF] Telecommunications, Broadcasting and the Internet: EU Competition Law and Regulation. This book has been cited by the following publications. Niamh Dunne undertakes a systematic exploration of the relationship between competition law and economic regulation as legal mechanisms of market control.
Beginning from a theoretical assessment of these legal instruments as discrete mechanisms, the author goes on to address numerous Cited by: 2. Read "Book Review: EU Electronic Communications Law, Competition and Regulation in the European Telecommunications Market, by Paul Nihoul & Peter Rodford.
(2nd edn, Oxford University Press, ), World Competition" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your : Fatur. practitioners, in particular those specializing in European competition law and for company and in-house lawyers who are seeking advice on how European law affects their business.
As a detailed analysis of the basic legislative and regulatory framework of European telecommunications law, it File Size: KB. Posted by Social Science Research Network. The Antitrust Activism of the European Commission in the Telecommunications Sector – Alexandre De Streel (University of Namur).
ABSTRACT: This paper analyses the role of the European Commission in taking cases of abuse of dominance in the telecommunications sector since its liberalisation in Brussels, Belgium Digital TV Regulation and Competition Law Conference en 19 April: Developments of competition law and policy - European and National perspective: SCHAUB Alexander Athens, Greece Hellenic Competition Commission en 06 December.
Introduction. Privatization Liberalization Regulation Competition. Structure of this Book. Part I. The Evolution of EU Telecommunications Policy and Law. The Transition from a Regime of a State-run Monopoly to a Liberalized Market. Part II. The Application of EU Competition Policy and Law to the Electronic Communications Sector.
Access. I. INTRODUCTION. The EU review started with the objective of achieving maximization of the application of general European competition law, minimization of sector-specific regulation, rigorous phasing out of unnecessary regulation, and introduction of “sunset” clauses.
1 Beyond that, the Commission also stated: “When there is effective facilities-based competition, the Cited by: An established authority in the field, this is the core reference work for practitioners on electronic communications in the European Union.
Giving insight into the regulations, the work provides a thorough analysis of the competition rules and regulatory framework applicable to electronic communications networks and services within the European Union. Buy Telecommunications Law and Regulation 5 by Walden, Ian (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). The OECD Competition Committee debated competition and regulation issues in telecommunications in May This document includes an executive summary and the documents from the meeting: an analytical note by Mr.
Darryl Biggar for the OECD, written submissions from Australia, the Czech Republic, the European Commission, Finland,File Size: 3MB. This book provides a new framework for legal problems concerning the economic order of the European Union.
The author discusses recent developments in the politics and economics of European integration and offers a detailed overview of Community industrial, competition, and telecommunications policy. The book addresses the role of competition and regulatory policies on a number of key issues in telecommunications, such as market definition, collective dominance, access to networks, and allocation of scarce resources.
The question which is pursued in the series of essays in this book is whether the conceptual underpinnings of competition law and international regulatory mechanisms are adequate or appropriate to deal with the developments raised by the new economy. Privatization - Liberalization - Regulation - Competition 1 2.
Structure of this book 14 PART I: THE EVOLUTION OF EU TELECOMMUNICATIONS POLICY AND LAW 19 Chapter 1: The Transition from a Regime of a State-run Monopoly to a Liberalized Market 21 1.
Introduction 21 2. Policy Papers 22 The Green Paper 22 Satellite Communications. READ THE NEW BOOK EU Electronic Communications Law: Competition Regulation in the European.
Competition Policy in Telecommunications Background Paper Eric Lie Strategy and Policy Unit International Telecommunication Union The views expressed in this presentation are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of ITU or its Membership.
The author can contacted by e-mail at @ Anne Vallery has practiced EU competition and regulatory law in Brussels sincewith a particular focus on electronic communications. She has litigated numerous cases before the European Commission, European courts, national competition authorities, Brussels courts and other national Vallery has been involved in a host of major transatlantic cartel investigations, including.
The basics of competition law in the UK by Pinsent Masons. Firms involved in anti-competitive behaviour may find their agreements to be unenforceable and risk being fined up to 10% of group global turnover for particularly damaging conduct as well as exposing themselves to possible damages actions.
US and EU Competition Law: A Comparison ELEANOR M. FOX On the surface, there appears to be much in common between competi-tion law in the United States and competition law in the European Union. Article 85 of the Treaty of Rome,1 which prohibits agreements that dis-tort competition and, accordingly, agreements that fix prices, is roughlyFile Size: KB.
Telecommunications Law (–) at La Sapienza University, Rome. He is the author of several publications in the TLC sector and, sincehas been a Lecturer of European Law at the SSPLE at the University of Perugia.
Rehman Noormohamed is a partner at Michelmores LLP, a leading U.K. national law firm. ‘Anyone who has tried to keep up with the rapid analytical and policy developments in the telecommunications industry should welcome this volume which brings together contributions from both antitrust officials in the EU and the US and from academia.
All. While the telecommunications industry is subject to both general competition and industry-specific regulations and control, the correlation between the two might sometimes appear problematic.
The area of merger control is a lucrative field for examination of these often overlapping regulatory by: 1. Dominance, market power, excessive pricing, competition law, price regulation, innovation, antitrust, European Union, abuse, monopoly, investment, incentives The Concurrent Application of Competition Law and Regulation: The Case of Margin Squeeze Abuses in the Telecommunications Sector.
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European Competition and Regulatory Law Review - CoRe The European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe) reports on key legislative developments in the EU and its Member States, and analyses important judgments that shape the field of EU competition and regulatory law, in particular those by the European Courts, international courts and tribunals, and higher national courts.
The ultimate review of new regulation and market trends in light of new technologies that are shaping the telecoms and communications sector. Delivered by top legal minds and regulators from across the sector. This volume brings together academic economists and lawyers to evaluate and compare the regulation of telecommunications markets in Germany and the United States.
The unifying theme in all of the pa pers is that the goal of public policy in this area should be to make the broadest and most. COMMUNICATIONS AND THE LAW, BRITAIN & FRANCE, THE EU & USA TELECOMMUNICATIONS REGULATION AND COMPETITION LAW By Rhys Williams, Partner Simmons & Simmons INTRODUCTION Telecommunications regulation in the UK is to undergo significant change when the Communications Bill, which was published on 02 Mayis enacted into English legislation.
While the evidence seems clear that an earlyth-century approach to telecom regulation is indeed inappropriate for the modern Internet (see our lengthy discussions on this point, e.g., here and here, as well as Thom Lambert’s recent post), it is perhaps less clear whether antitrust, with its constantly evolving, common-law foundation, is up to the task.About the journal.
The Journal of European Competition Law & Practice is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the practice of competition law in Europe. Primarily focused on EU Competition Law, the journal includes within its scope key developments at the international level and also at the national EU member state level, where they provide insight on EU Competition Law.