CARTEL WHISTLEBLOWERS CHARTER CLARIFIED
- Competition Office fines book distributors for cartel activity. // Hungary A.M.;10/24/2013, p2
The article cites several book distributors fined by the Competition Office of Hungary for cartel activity on October 22, 2013, including PÃ©csi Direkt, Libri, LÃra KÃ¶nyv and Sun Books.
- A Cartel is a Cartel Even When Socialist. // Saturday Evening Post;12/6/1947, Vol. 220 Issue 23, p236
Criticizes the statement issued by Vera Micheles Dean of the Foreign Policy Association, regarding cartels. Understanding that a cartel is an agreement among various producers through which prices are agreed upon; Suggestion that the formation of one cartel does not assure its sponsors that...
- Quasi-Competitiveness and Cournot Oligopoly. Okuguchi, Koji // Review of Economic Studies;Jan73, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p145
In this paper we intend to analyse the quasi-competitiveness of Cournot oligopoly more thoroughly for a weak case in which differences in cost functions among firms are admitted. Frank, in his proof of convergence of the Cournot oligopoly equilibrium to the competitive one, has considered...
- Cournot Oligopoly With Uncertain Entry. Kamien, Morton I.; Schwartz, Nancy L. // Review of Economic Studies;Jan75, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p125
The study of oligopoly has progressed along two lines. The first deals with the behaviour of a firm viewing existing rivals as responsive to its actions. The critical assumption in this analysis is the firm's conjecture about rivals' reactions to its price or quantity decisions. Cournot ...
- WASHINGTON FRONT. Parsons, Wilfrid // America;10/28/1944, Vol. 72 Issue 4, p63
The article discusses the impact of huge foreign cartels on how the U.S. firms will make their operations and how the present administration will address competition among foreign markets.
- Fix Prices Globally, Get Sued Locally? U.S. Jurisdiction over International Cartels. Sprigman, Christopher // University of Chicago Law Review;Winter2005, Vol. 72 Issue 1, p265
This article reports that the U.S. antitrust laws do not regulate the competitive conditions of other nations' economies. But they do regulate conduct, even when it occurs abroad, that harms domestic competition. It is informed that the Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act (FTAIA) was meant...
- OFT calls for more contract tip-offs. Whitehouse, Cara // Supply Management;1/6/2005, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p7
Reports that the government's competition watchdog wants more whistleblowers to come forward in its battle against illegal supply chain arrangements. Statement of a spokesman for the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) on its ability to protect whistleblowers; Tribunal's decision on Argos and...
- How Enforcement against Private Anticompetitive Conduct Has Contributed to Economic Development. // OECD Papers;2004, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p1
Highlights some observations on the contributions and various difficulties in demonstrating the effects of enforcement against private noncompetitive conduct on competitive development during the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Global Forum on Competition. Effect of a...
- Preconditions for private restraints on market access and international cartels. Evenett, SJ; Suslow, VY // Journal of International Economic Law;Dec2000, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p593
Discusses effects of private restraints on market access and international cartels. Distortion of resource allocations; Disconnection between trade and competition policy; Determinants of cartel behavior; Relationship between foreign private practices and market access.