The authoress' study focuses on the feasibility to advance existing
convergence between the EU and the US merger assessment policy -
towards common rules and standards. It proposes advancing the areas
where merger assessment characteristics are increasingly similar
and a reduction in non-shared characteristics in merger policy. The
authoress justifies such proposed common rules in the form of
guidelines which could potentially reduce jurisdictional conflicts
and would provide for greater efficiency of the review process.
This paper contributes to the literature by suggesting the drafting
of a 'second generation agreement', in the form of 'Transatlantic
Merger Guidelines'. Such 'Transatlantic Merger Guidelines' would
significantly improve the assessment of international mergers and
would provide greater transparency and legal certainty for
companies operating on a transatlantic level. It suggests for
further empirical research if there is to be a drafting of common
rules on a transatlantic level which is beyond the scope of this
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