The Relevant Market in International Economic Law

A Comparative Antitrust and GATT Analysis

An in-depth analysis of 'product likeness' in GATT law - the key concept for the application of the non-discrimination principle. Les mer
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An in-depth analysis of 'product likeness' in GATT law - the key concept for the application of the non-discrimination principle.

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Introduction; 1. The research question and scope of the study; 2. Practical relevance of the research question; 3. Methodology and structure; Part I. Comparison of Antitrust and International Trade Law: 4. Emphasizing differences or commonalities?; 5. Antitrust law; 6. WTO/GATT law; 7. Congruence in efficiency and welfare standards; Part II. The Role of Market Definition: 8. Antitrust law; 9. Article III of the GATT; 10. Conclusion; Part III. Analytical Evolution from the Traditional to the Economic Approach: 11. The traditional formalistic approach; 12. The economic approach; 13. Assessment of the analytical evolution; 14. Conclusion; Part IV. Conceptualizing an Economic Approach to Market Definition: 15. Introduction; 16. Market definition framework: a matter of treaty interpretation; 17. The content of a marketplace-test; 18. Potential competition; 19. The relevant 'market' concept; 20. The role of the traditional criteria; 21. Making sense of the different Article III prohibitions; 22. Conclusion; Part V. The Implementation of an Economic Approach: Quantitative Methods: 23. Introduction; 24. The law and economics of expert economic testimony; 25. Analysis of price elasticities of demand.

Om forfatteren

Christian Melischek is a legal trainee at the Regional Court of Appeals in Hamburg. He was previously a Visiting Fellow at the World Trade Institute, University of Bern.