anti-trust policy

anti-trust policy

the US version of COMPETITION POLICY.
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While these topics more commonly show up in debates around anti-trust policy or how the labour market is regulated, it may have implications for the work of central banks as well.
The nomination of Nordic allies of free-trading Britain to key roles in global trade negotiations and anti-trust policy may also offer London comfort.
Other changes include merging the chapters on price-fixing and anti-trust policy regarding collusion, merging the two chapters on advertising, and adding a chapter on strategic interaction as it applies to international competition and strategic trade policies.
European anti-trust policy is considered all the more restrictive when it comes to new entrants on the market, such as Skype and WhatsApp, which are not subject to the same rules.
Have the too-big-to-fail corporations, beneficiaries of the virtual absence of an anti-trust policy over the past three decades, held us hostage?
Skousen, a prolific business and economics writer, investment advisor (Forecast & Strategies) and professor (Columbia University's business school), uses a compare and contrast approach to describing the two leading schools of laissez-faire economic thought with specific chapters on theoretical and empirical approaches, monetary policy, macroeconomics and the business cycle, anti-trust policy and the role for government in the economy, and "faith and reason" in economics, with faith in this case being faith in Adam Smith's concept that the rising tide raises all boats (translation: that economic growth lifts the poor out of poverty).
The subject matter encompasses international trade, local telecommunications competition and regulation, housing markets, forecasting interest rates, anti-trust policy, the construction industry and its data sources, and integrating the U.S.
"We see tougher anti-trust policy having profound long-term consequences for Mexico's leading companies.
He used the presidency as a "bully pulpit" to rally the people around his programs for a National Park system, anti-trust policy, food and drug regulation, and strong navy.
[18.] "Hospital Collaboration: The Need for Appropriate Anti-Trust Policy." Chicago, Ill.: American Hospital Association, 1992.
The government/gardener must define and enforce property rights, a daunting task when common-property issues related to the environment are considered; establish and execute anti-trust policy; define and implement monetary policy; and so forth.
Still another is that Occupation reforms either failed to survive the Occupation very long (anti-trust policy), would have been done by the Japanese themselves "in the natural course of things" (land reform), required past-occupation technological advances to make them workable (land reform, again), or were so abused by the Left that some compromise system had to be worked out by the Japanese (labor and industrial relations).