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Kollektiv dominans - har bedömningen blivit hårdare?

Rosak, Katarzyna Joanna Katrin (2006)
Department of Business Law
Abstract
Abstract One of the essential conditions of the co-operating within the EU is that homogeneous conditions of competition prevail within the entire common market. The competition policy in the EU should guarantee that the competition is not distorted in a way that would prevent or create difficulties for the free mobility of goods and services between the member countries. The policy of competition should also guarantee that no new protectionistic obstacles will be formed, regardless of if it is being done by actions taken by member countries or as a result of actions taken by companies in order to set limits to the competition. Companies putting to an abuse their dominant position on the common market, or on a substantial part of it, is... (More)
Abstract One of the essential conditions of the co-operating within the EU is that homogeneous conditions of competition prevail within the entire common market. The competition policy in the EU should guarantee that the competition is not distorted in a way that would prevent or create difficulties for the free mobility of goods and services between the member countries. The policy of competition should also guarantee that no new protectionistic obstacles will be formed, regardless of if it is being done by actions taken by member countries or as a result of actions taken by companies in order to set limits to the competition. Companies putting to an abuse their dominant position on the common market, or on a substantial part of it, is irreconcilable with the idea of the common market in case it could interfere with the trading between member countries, and is thus prohibited. The purpose of this dissertation is to describe the collective dominance from the view of the commission's interpretation of the practice of article 82 in the EG - treaty. From this I have described the legal development and judged the roll of this article concerning it's influence on the decisions. (Less)
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author
Rosak, Katarzyna Joanna Katrin
supervisor
organization
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
konkurrens, kollektiv dominans, dominerande ställning, missbruk, Juridical science, Rättsvetenskap, juridik
language
Swedish
id
1336715
date added to LUP
2006-01-25
date last changed
2010-08-03 10:49:02
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  abstract     = {Abstract One of the essential conditions of the co-operating within the EU is that homogeneous conditions of competition prevail within the entire common market. The competition policy in the EU should guarantee that the competition is not distorted in a way that would prevent or create difficulties for the free mobility of goods and services between the member countries. The policy of competition should also guarantee that no new protectionistic obstacles will be formed, regardless of if it is being done by actions taken by member countries or as a result of actions taken by companies in order to set limits to the competition. Companies putting to an abuse their dominant position on the common market, or on a substantial part of it, is irreconcilable with the idea of the common market in case it could interfere with the trading between member countries, and is thus prohibited. The purpose of this dissertation is to describe the collective dominance from the view of the commission's interpretation of the practice of article 82 in the EG - treaty. From this I have described the legal development and judged the roll of this article concerning it's influence on the decisions.},
  author       = {Rosak, Katarzyna Joanna Katrin},
  keyword      = {konkurrens,kollektiv dominans,dominerande ställning,missbruk,Juridical science,Rättsvetenskap, juridik},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Kollektiv dominans - har bedömningen blivit hårdare?},
  year         = {2006},
}