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Competition Law and Policy Reviews
Competition Law and Policy in Israel
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  03 nov 2011
Pages: 83 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre électronique (Format PDF)
ISBN: 9789264097667 , Code OCDE: 242011021E1
Prix:   €17 | $24 | £15 | ¥2200 | MXN310
Disponibilité: Disponible
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Description
The Review of Competition Law and Policy in Israel was prepared as part of the process of Israel's accession to OECD Membership. The report describes the policy foundations, substantive competition law and enforcement experience, institutional structure as well as treatment of competition issues in regulatory and legislative processes. The review then examines these findings under three assessment themes: the current situation of competition policy and enforcement; the magnitude and direction of change in competition policy over the last 5-10 years; the extent of conformity with the particular OECD competition recommendations.

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Executive Summary
1. Foundations
2.
Substantive issues: content and application of the competition law
-2.1 Restrictive arrangements
--2.1.1 Horizontal restrictive arrangements
--2.1.2 Vertical restrictive arrangements
-2.2 Monopoly
-2.3 Mergers
-2.4 Unfair competition
-2.5 Consumer protection
3. Institutional issues: enforcement structures and practices
-3.1 Competition policy institutions
-3.2 Enforcement processes and powers
-3.4 International aspects
-3.5 Agency resources and priorities
4. Sectoral regimes and exclusions
-4.1 General principles of exclusion or special treatment
-4.2 Sectoral issues
5. Competition issues in regulatory and legislative processes
6. Conclusions and Recommendations
-6.1. Cartels and restrictive agreements
-6.2. Merger and monopoly issues
-6.3. Structural separation in regulated industries
-6.4. Market regulation
-6.5. International co-operation
-6.6. Intellectual property rights

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