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A Consumer Behavioral Approach to RPM
2019, Competition Enforcers & Academics Summit, 1 - 2 August 2019
Authors: Dr Thomas CHENG, The University of Hong Kong
Pairing-up: Leveraging External Resources for Market Study
2019, ICN Advocacy Working Group Teleseminar on "Pairing-up: leveraging external resources for market study", 12 Dec 2019
Authors: LO Hwei Rong, Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore; Tatsuro KUCHINOMACHI, Japan Fair Trade Commission; Vladimir KACHALIN, Federal Antimonopoly Service of Russia; Juan Manuel ESPINO, Federal Economic Competition Commission of Mexico; Renato FERRANDI, OECD
Research Platform that Brings Together Academic and Competition Agencies under the Auspices of UNCTAD: the RPP
2019, Competition Enforcers & Academics Summit, 1 - 2 August 2019
Authors: Prof Hassan QAQAYA, The University of Melbourne
Should Companies be Allowed to Recover Competition Law Fines from their Directors/ Employees and D&O Insurers?
2019, Competition Enforcers & Academics Summit, 1 - 2 August 2019
Authors: Mr Kelvin Kwok, The University of Hong Kong
Towards Competitive Neutrality: The Role of Competition Authorities
2019, Competition Enforcers & Academics Summit, 1 - 2 August 2019
Authors: Prof Deborah HEALEY, University of New South Wales
Distribution Agreements Under China's Monopoly Law and the Hong Kong Competition Ordinance
2017, China Antitrust Law Journal Vol. 1(1), 2017
"This paper discusses the use of distribution restraints in China and Hong Kong, and attempts to develop a general framework for their analysis under the Anti-Monopoly Law ('AML') and the Competition Ordinance ('CO'). The (limited) evidence available thus far suggests that vertical restrictions are commonplace in these jurisdictions, and that they may well have adverse effects on competition, particularly when they affect resale prices. However, since economic theory is ambivalent as to their e ...