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This comparative appraisal of competition law and policy draws on examples from both the developed and the developing worlds.
1. Geographical expansion and increase in significance of competition law; 2. The internationalisation of competition law: concepts, ideas, options and players; 3. The involvement of international bodies and organisations in the field of competition law and policy; 4. EU competition law regime; 5. US competition law regime; 6. Competition law and policy in developing countries; 7. Regional competition law and policy; 8. The unilateral option: extraterritorial assertion of jurisdiction; 9. The bilateral option: cooperation between competition authorities; 10. The multilateral option: cooperation through binding and non-binding commitments; 11. Competition and trade policy.
Maher Dabbah is the Founder and Director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Competition Law and Policy (ICC), Queen Mary, University of London. He also acts as a consultant to different organisations in the field and as special counsel to large businesses.