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The Economic Characteristics of Developing Jurisdictions - Their Implications for Competition Law (Hardcover): Michal S. Gal,... The Economic Characteristics of Developing Jurisdictions - Their Implications for Competition Law (Hardcover)
Michal S. Gal, Mor Bakhoum, Josef Drexl, Eleanor M Fox, David J. Gerber
R3,505 Discovery Miles 35 050 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Economic Characteristics of Developing Jurisdictions: Their Implications for Competition Law contributes to the ongoing debate over what type of competition law and policy is most suitable for developing jurisdictions. Concluding that one competition model does not fit all socio-economic contexts, the book frames an alternative vision of competition rules for developing nations. A number of different factors that influence the implementation of competition law in developing countries are analysed, such as the content and goals of such laws, the institutional features, and the political, ideological and legal conditions that must complement law and policy. Experts in the fields of development economics and competition law discuss the key economic features that characterize most developing jurisdictions, determine how these unique characteristics influence law and policy and define how this must translate into competition law. Through this interdisciplinary exploration, the book illustrates how unique characteristics of developing jurisdictions matter when enforcing competition law. Scholars interested in development economics and law and development will find this an informative addition to the discussion surrounding competition law in developed and developing countries. Practitioners and policy makers will find practical insight into how traditional approaches to designing competition law must be revised for the future.

Competition Policy and Regional Integration in Developing Countries (Hardcover): Josef Drexl, Mor Bakhoum, Eleanor M Fox,... Competition Policy and Regional Integration in Developing Countries (Hardcover)
Josef Drexl, Mor Bakhoum, Eleanor M Fox, Michal S. Gal, David J. Gerber
R3,189 Discovery Miles 31 890 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book presents a detailed study of the interface between regional integration and competition policies of selected regional trade agreements (RTAs), and the potential of regional competition laws to help developing countries achieve their development goals. The book provides insights on the regional integration experiences in developing countries, their potential for development and the role of competition law and policy in the process. Moreover, the book emphasizes the development dimension both of regional competition policies and of competition law. This timely book delivers concrete proposals that will help to unleash the potential of regional integration and regional competition policies, and also help developing countries to fully enjoy the benefits deriving from a regional market. Bringing together analysis from well-known scholars in the developed world with practical insight from scholars in countries hoping to exploit the potential of competition law, this book will appeal to academics working in the field of competition law, practitioners, policy makers and officials from developing countries, as well as those in development organizations such as UNCTAD.

The Innovation Society and Intellectual Property (Hardcover): Josef Drexl, Anselm Kamperman Sanders The Innovation Society and Intellectual Property (Hardcover)
Josef Drexl, Anselm Kamperman Sanders
R2,904 Discovery Miles 29 040 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Intellectual property (IP) rights impact innovation in diverse ways. This book critically analyses whether additional rights beyond patents, trademarks and copyrights are needed to promote innovation. Featuring contributions from thought-leaders in the field of IP, this book examines the check and balances that already exist in the IP system to safeguard innovation and questions to what extent existing IP regimes are capable of catering to new paradigms of innovation and creativity. Taking a multi-angled view of the topic, this book questions whether IP rights by definition encourage innovation and explores the role of exceptions and limitations to IP rights as well as the application of competition law to promote innovation. Chapters analyse diverse topics within the field of IP such as plant varieties protection, geographical indications and 3D printing. Taken as a whole this book advocates that a pro-innovation rationale must be applied when new IP legislation is designed. This book will be an engaging source of information for researchers and policy-makers with an interest in the direction of IP legislation and the promotion of innovation. It will also be relevant for scholars of competition law who are seeking information on the relationship between competition and IP.

State-Initiated Restraints of Competition (Hardcover): Josef Drexl, Vicente Bagnoli State-Initiated Restraints of Competition (Hardcover)
Josef Drexl, Vicente Bagnoli
R3,189 Discovery Miles 31 890 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This new book addresses important current problems and challenges arising from a large variety of state-initiated restraints. Beyond state-owned enterprises, rules on government procurement and the control of state subsidies, the contributions also analyse forms of regulation that either distort competition or manage to introduce competition in the market. The contributions of leading competition law scholars cover state-initiated restraints of competition in many jurisdictions, including the US, the EU, Australia, and Asian and Latin American countries. Competition and trade law scholars will find this book both relevant and insightful. Regulators and competition agencies, representatives of international organizations and competition law practitioners will also find this to be an invaluable resource of information from which they can take new inspiration.

Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Competition Law (Paperback): Josef Drexl Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Competition Law (Paperback)
Josef Drexl
R1,353 Discovery Miles 13 530 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This comprehensive Handbook brings together contributions from American, Canadian, European, and Japanese writers to better explore the interface between competition and intellectual property law. Issues range from the fundamental to the specific, each considered from the angle of cartels, dominant positions, and mergers. Topics covered include, among others, technology licensing, the doctrine of exhaustion, network industries, innovation, patents, and copyright. Appropriate space is devoted to the latest developments in European and American antitrust law, such as the 'more economic approach' and the question of anti-competitive abuses of intellectual property rights. Each original chapter reflects extensive comments by all other contributors, an approach which ensures a diversity of perspectives within a systematic framework. These cutting edge articles will be of great interest to law professors and postgraduate students of intellectual property and competition law, as well as those interested in innovation and competition theory, and legal practices in intellectual property and competition law.

Competition Law as Regulation (Hardcover): Josef Drexl, Fabiana Di Porto Competition Law as Regulation (Hardcover)
Josef Drexl, Fabiana Di Porto
R3,649 Discovery Miles 36 490 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

To what extent should competition agencies act as market regulators? Competition Law as Regulation provides numerous insights from competition scholars on new trends at the interface of competition law and sector-specific regulation. By relying on the experiences of a considerable number of different jurisdictions, and applying a comparative approach to the topic, this book constitutes an important addition to international research on the interface of competition and regulation. It addresses the fundamental issues of the subject, and contributes to legal theory and practice. Topics discussed include foundations of the complex relationship of competition law and regulation, new forms of advocacy powers of competition agencies, competition law enforcement in regulated industries in general, information and telecommunications markets, and competition law as regulation in IP-related markets. Scholars in the two fields of law and economics will find the research aspects of the book to be of interest. Officials in competition and regulatory agencies will benefit from the practical relevance of the book.

Competition Policy and the Economic Approach - Foundations and Limitations (Paperback): Josef Drexl, Wolfgang Kerber, Rupprecht... Competition Policy and the Economic Approach - Foundations and Limitations (Paperback)
Josef Drexl, Wolfgang Kerber, Rupprecht Podszun
R1,293 Discovery Miles 12 930 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This outstanding collection of original essays brings together some of the leading experts in competition economics, policy and law. They examine what lies at the core of the 'economic approach to competition law' and deal with its normative and institutional limitations. In recent years the 'more economic approach' has led to a modernisation of competition law throughout the world. This book comprehensively examines for the first time, the foundations and limitations of the approach and will be of great interest to scholars of competition policy no matter what discipline. Competition Policy and the Economic Approach will appeal to academics in competition economics and law, policy-makers and practitioners in the field of antitrust/competition law as well as postgraduate students in competition law and economics. Those interested in the interplay of law and economics in the field of competition will also find this book invaluable.

TRIPS plus 20 - From Trade Rules to Market Principles (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2016): Hanns... TRIPS plus 20 - From Trade Rules to Market Principles (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2016)
Hanns Ullrich, Reto M. Hilty, Matthias Lamping, Josef Drexl
R4,334 Discovery Miles 43 340 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This book examines the impact and shortcomings of the TRIPS Agreement, which was signed in Marrakesh on 15 April 1994. Over the last 20 years, the framework conditions have changed fundamentally. New technologies have emerged, markets have expanded beyond national borders, some developing states have become global players, the terms of international competition have changed, and the intellectual property system faces increasing friction with public policies. The contributions to this book inquire into whether the TRIPS Agreement should still be seen only as part of an international trade regulation, or whether it needs to be understood - or even reconceptualized - as a framework regulation for the international protection of intellectual property. The purpose, therefore, is not to define the terms of an outright revision of the TRIPS Agreement but rather to discuss the framework conditions for an interpretative evolution that could make the Agreement better suited to the expectations and needs of today's global economy.

Intellectual Property and Private International Law - Heading for the Future (Paperback, UK ed.): Josef Drexl, annette kur Intellectual Property and Private International Law - Heading for the Future (Paperback, UK ed.)
Josef Drexl, annette kur
R2,461 Discovery Miles 24 610 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The relationship between intellectual property and private international law is a fascinating and multi-faceted one. Both fields are inherently international, but it is the exponential increase in conflicts involving trans-border elements, in a world characterised by global trade and borderless communication structures, that has, in modern times, drawn the two disciplines close. The essays contained in this book, first presented at a Symposium in Munich, set out possible visions for a future system of international and regional jurisdiction and applicable law that is better adapted to the increasingly supranational character of IP rights. A second feature of the book is its treatment of 'harmonisation' of choice-of-law issues. Framed by these two elements - international jurisdiction on the one hand and perspectives for harmonised choice of law rules in an international context on the other - specific European themes are also addressed; jurisdiction, the establishment of a European judiciary in the patent field, the relationship between regional (European) systems and an international jurisdiction convention, and the recent proposal for a Regulation on applicable law in non-contractual relationships (Rome II).

Die wirtschaftliche Selbstbestimmung des Verbrauchers - Eine Studie zum Privat- und Wirtschaftsrecht unter Berucksichtigung... Die wirtschaftliche Selbstbestimmung des Verbrauchers - Eine Studie zum Privat- und Wirtschaftsrecht unter Berucksichtigung gemeinschaftsrechtlicher Bezuge (German, Hardcover)
Josef Drexl
R3,032 Discovery Miles 30 320 Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Human Rights and Private Law - Privacy as Autonomy (Hardcover, New): Katja S. Ziegler Human Rights and Private Law - Privacy as Autonomy (Hardcover, New)
Katja S. Ziegler; Contributions by Mark R. Freedland, Roderick Bagshaw, Nicholas Barber, Michael Coester, …
R1,852 Discovery Miles 18 520 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Privacy today is much debated as an individual's right against real or feared intrusions by the state, as exemplified by proposed identity cards and surveillance measures in the United Kingdom. In contrast, invasions of privacy by private individuals or bodies tend to arouse less concern. This book attempts to fill the gap by looking at the horizontal application of human rights after Douglas v Hello, Campbell v MGN and Caroline von Hannover v Germany. It provides a conceptual and theoretical framework and also considers specific particularly sensitive areas of law relating to privacy protection, such as intellectual property, employment and media law. It provides comparative perspectives by relating Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights, which serves as a focal point, to UK, Dutch, German and European Communities law. Several common threads are revealed running across jurisdictions and different areas of law and aspects of privacy. The most notable is the definition of privacy in terms of the autonomy of the individual, a notion associated with the liberal state in the classic sense but now acquiring more content as a human right also linked to ideas of social justice.

Nachtrage Zum Hypothekensicherungsgesetz Und Zum Soforthilfegesetz (German, Hardcover, Stand Vom 1. Juli. Reprint 2019 ed.):... Nachtrage Zum Hypothekensicherungsgesetz Und Zum Soforthilfegesetz (German, Hardcover, Stand Vom 1. Juli. Reprint 2019 ed.)
Paul Binder, Josef Drexl
R2,911 Discovery Miles 29 110 Out of stock
Der Lastenausgleich Sofortlichgesetzes - Sammlung Und Erlauterung Samtlicher Gesetze Und Verordnungen Sowie Der Laufenden... Der Lastenausgleich Sofortlichgesetzes - Sammlung Und Erlauterung Samtlicher Gesetze Und Verordnungen Sowie Der Laufenden Rechtssprechung Auf Dem Gebiet Der Soforthilfe Und Des Lastenausgleichs (German, Hardcover, Reprint 2020 ed.)
Paul Binder, Josef Drexl, Arthur Seweloh, Ludwig Zimmerle
R2,998 Discovery Miles 29 980 Out of stock
European Competition Law Annual 2005 - The Interaction Between Competition Law and Intellectual Property Law (Hardcover, New):... European Competition Law Annual 2005 - The Interaction Between Competition Law and Intellectual Property Law (Hardcover, New)
Claus Dieter Ehlermann, Isabela Atanasiu; Contributions by Giuliano Amato, S.D. Anderman, A.Douglas Melamed, …
R3,916 Discovery Miles 39 160 Out of stock

This is the tenth in a series of volumes based on the annual workshops on EU Competition Law and Policy held at the Robert Schuman Centre of the European University Institute in Florence. The volume reproduces the materials of the roundtable debate which examined the interaction between competition law and intellectual property law. The workshop participants - a group of senior representatives of the Commission and the national competition authorities of some EC Member States, reknowned international academics and legal practitioners - discussed the economic and legal issues that arise in this particular area of application of the EC competition rules, under the following headings: 1) whether the characteristics of intellectual property products/markets justify special treatment under the competition rules; 2) a critical assessment of the Block Exemption Regulation and corresponding Guidelines recently adopted in this area of EC competition law enforcement; 3) the specific enforcement issues that arise in relation to patent pools and collecting societies; and 4) specific problems related to IP in the domains of merger control and application of Article 82 EC.

EU Bilateral Trade Agreements and Intellectual Property: For Better or Worse? (Hardcover, 2014 ed.): Josef Drexl, Henning... EU Bilateral Trade Agreements and Intellectual Property: For Better or Worse? (Hardcover, 2014 ed.)
Josef Drexl, Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan, Souheir Nadde-Phlix
R3,286 Discovery Miles 32 860 Out of stock

This book focuses on a new generation of bilateral and regional agreements negotiated by the EU with developing countries and which include intellectual property (IP) provisions setting standards exceeding those of the TRIPS Agreement. The contributions critically analyse the IP standards found in these agreements; their potential for reforming the international IP system; the implications for the multilateral IP system and other areas of international law such as human rights; and the often neglected topic of implementing the IP obligations in these agreements.

EU Bilateral Trade Agreements and Intellectual Property: For Better or Worse? (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st... EU Bilateral Trade Agreements and Intellectual Property: For Better or Worse? (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2014)
Josef Drexl, Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan, Souheir Nadde-Phlix
R3,509 Discovery Miles 35 090 Out of stock

This book focuses on a new generation of bilateral and regional agreements negotiated by the EU with developing countries and which include intellectual property (IP) provisions setting standards exceeding those of the TRIPS Agreement. The contributions critically analyse the IP standards found in these agreements; their potential for reforming the international IP system; the implications for the multilateral IP system and other areas of international law such as human rights; and the often neglected topic of implementing the IP obligations in these agreements.

Patents and Technological Progress in a Globalized World - Liber Amicorum Joseph Straus (Hardcover): Wolrad Prinz Zu Waldeck... Patents and Technological Progress in a Globalized World - Liber Amicorum Joseph Straus (Hardcover)
Wolrad Prinz Zu Waldeck Und Pyrmont, Martin J. Adelman, Robert Brauneis, Josef Drexl, Ralph Nack
R5,414 Discovery Miles 54 140 Out of stock

In the last two decades, accelerating technological progress, increasing economic globalization and the proliferation of international agreements have created new challenges for intellectual property law. In this collection of articles in honor of Professor Joseph Straus, more than 60 scholars and practitioners from the Americas, Asia and Europe provide legal, economic and policy perspectives on these challenges, with a particular focus on the challenges facing the modern patent system. Among the many topics addressed are the rapid development of specific technical fields such as biotechnology, the relationship of exclusive rights and competition, and the application of territorially limited IP laws in cross-border scenarios.

TRIPS plus 20 - From Trade Rules to Market Principles (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2016): Hanns Ullrich, Reto M. Hilty, Matthias... TRIPS plus 20 - From Trade Rules to Market Principles (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2016)
Hanns Ullrich, Reto M. Hilty, Matthias Lamping, Josef Drexl
R4,871 Discovery Miles 48 710 Out of stock

This book examines the impact and shortcomings of the TRIPS Agreement, which was signed in Marrakesh on 15 April 1994. Over the last 20 years, the framework conditions have changed fundamentally. New technologies have emerged, markets have expanded beyond national borders, some developing states have become global players, the terms of international competition have changed, and the intellectual property system faces increasing friction with public policies. The contributions to this book inquire into whether the TRIPS Agreement should still be seen only as part of an international trade regulation, or whether it needs to be understood - or even reconceptualized - as a framework regulation for the international protection of intellectual property. The purpose, therefore, is not to define the terms of an outright revision of the TRIPS Agreement but rather to discuss the framework conditions for an interpretative evolution that could make the Agreement better suited to the expectations and needs of today's global economy.

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