This insightful book discusses the interaction of sector-specific regulation and competition policy. In particular, it identifies emerging trends and reflects on the nature of network regulation in the energy and telecom industries.
Expert contributors examine the recent European Electronic Communications Code (EECC), as well the relevant regulatory framework in the electricity and pharmaceutical sectors. Chapters consider key topics, such as the recent antitrust investigations concerning the excessive price of off-patent drugs and the impact of digitalization on the future of network industries. The book also assesses several examples of the complex relationship between sector-specific regulation and competition policy; a relationship constantly swinging between complementarity and conflict.
Providing a comparative analysis of EU competition policy at both the EU and national levels, this timely book will be a valuable resource for scholars and students of EU competition policy. It will also be beneficial for practitioners, specialising in the regulation of the telecom, energy and pharmaceutical industries.
Edited by Pier Luigi Parcu, Giorgio Monti and Marco Botta.
Pier Luigi Parcu is Part-time Professor at the European University Institute and Chairman of Studio Economico, Italy, Giorgio Monti is Professor of Competition Law at Tilburg University, the Netherlands and Part-time Professor at the European University Institute, Italy and Marco Botta is Part-time Professor at the European University Institute, Italy.
ISBN13 978-1-80088-869-2 EAN 9781800888692 Titre The Interaction of Competition Law and Sector Regulation Sous-titre Emerging Trends at the National and EU Level Date de parution 15/01/2022 Nombre de pages 268 Type d'ouvrage Colloques, études et rapports Support Livre Langue Anglais Auteur(s) Giorgio Monti,Marco Botta,Pier Luigi Parcu Editeur / Collection / Sous-collection Edward Elgar Thème Droit > Droit de la régulation Thème secondaire Droit > Droit commercial et des affaires > Concurrence Format Papier