Essay from the year 2011 in the subject Law - Civil / Private /
Trade / Anti Trust Law / Business Law, grade: 1,3, University of
Reading, course: European Competition Law, language: English,
abstract: The first section of the present essay discusses
historically the European Commission's approach towards
efficiencies. The second section elaborates on the choice of
welfare standards and explains the European approach of adopting
the consumer welfare standard. The third section outlines types of
efficiencies according to the economic literature. The fourth
section discusses the three cumulative conditions of the European
Commission in order to consider efficiency claims. The next section
reveals the Commission decisional practice in cases of efficiency
claims and analyses its development. In the last chapter more
attention is paid to theory and practice of efficiencies in cases
of non-horizontal mergers.
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