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The Law and the Market

Megan Richardson and Philip Williams (eds)


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'Leading lawyers and economists pay tribute to Professor Maureen Brunt AO by contributing to a book which will become essential reading for all competition lawyers in Australia.'


Table of contents


Megan Richardson

The Australian concept of market: How it came to be

Robert Baxt
Commentary Russell Miller

Issues in market definition: Some difficult New Zealand cases

Susan Lojkine
Commentary John Fogarty

What is behind the mergers between Australian independent grocery wholesalers

Peter Swan
Commentary Robert Officer

The trade-off between competition and efficiency in telecommunications: The Australian experience

David Lindsay & Philip Williams
Commentary Sally Walker

The public benefit test in an authorisation decision

Robert Officer & Philip Williams

Effective case management of complex commercial litigation with particular reference to trade practices

Justice John Lockhart
Commentary Alan Goldberg

Silence as misleading conduct: An economic analysis

Anthony Duggan
Commentary Frances Hanks

References/ Index


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