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The Resource Market Integration

Market Integration

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Market Integration
Title
Market Integration
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dictionaries
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China-EU Law Ser.
Series volume
v.2
Market Integration
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Market Integration
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Contents
  • List of Abbreviations -- Contents -- Contributors -- Introduction -- 1 Market Integration and Economic Growth -- 2 Importance of the Book -- 2.1 Competition Law -- 2.2 Public Procurement Rules -- 2.3 Financial Regulation -- 2.4 Freedom of Establishment -- 2.5 Self-Regulation -- 3 History and Origins of This Book -- 4 Methodology -- 4.1 Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary Approach -- 4.2 Comparative Law -- 4.3 Positive Analysis -- 5 Structure of the Book -- 6 Contributors -- References -- Part I: Competition Law and Public Procurement -- Market Integration as the Goal of Competition Law: The EU Experience and Its Implications for China -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Market Fragmentation and Administrative Monopolies in China -- 2.1 Administrative Monopolies -- 2.2 Anti-competitive Effects of Administrative Monopolies -- 2.3 Competition Rules Prohibiting Administrative Monopolies -- 2.4 Laws Prohibiting Administrative Monopolies -- 2.4.1 The Law for Countering Unfair Competition -- 2.4.2 The Price Law -- 2.4.3 The Bidding Law -- 2.5 The Weak Enforcement of Provisions on Prohibiting Administrative Monopolies -- 2.6 The Anti-Monopoly Law -- 3 Market Integration as the Goal of EU Competition Law -- 3.1 Market Integration as the Goal of EU Competition Law: A Historical Overview -- 3.2 Developing a Competition Law System to Achieve the Market Integration Goal -- 4 Implications for China -- 4.1 Market Integration as the Goal of Competition Law -- 4.2 Developing a Competition Law System to Achieve the Market Integration Goal -- 4.3 Enhancing Enforcement Mechanisms -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- The State of State Action in EU Competition Law (Post-Greek Lignite) and a National Competition Strategy for China -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Article 106 TFEU: State Measures Granting Exclusive and Special Rights -- 2.1 Article 106(1) TFEU
  • 2.1.1 Scope and Application of Article 106(1) -- 2.1.2 The Concept of an Undertaking -- 2.1.3 Undertakings with Special or Exclusive Rights (P̀̀rivileged ́́Undertakings) -- 2.1.4 Public Undertakings -- 2.1.5 State Measures -- 2.1.6 State Measures Contrary to Article 106(1): Background and Four Strands of Case Law -- Grant of Special or Exclusive Rights Acceptable in Principle -- Grant of Special or Exclusive Rights Impermissible in Some Circumstances -- Manifest Incapacity to Satisfy Demand Cases -- Exemplary Case: Höfner v. Macrotron (Headhunting Services in Germany) -- Burden-Shifting Cases -- Exemplary Case: Corbeau (Belgian Postal Monopoly) -- Conflict of Interest Cases, Including Delegation of Regulatory Powers Cases -- (i) ERT v. DEP (Greek Television Broadcaster) -- (ii) Raso (Temporary Dock Labour) -- (iii) RTT v GB-Inno-BM (Belgian Telecoms Incumbent: Telephone Equipment) -- (iv) MOTOE v. Elliniko Dimosio (Motorcycle Races) -- (v) Lagauche (Belgian Telecoms Incumbent: Communications Equipment) -- (vi) Albany (Sectoral Pension Fund) -- (vii) Summary of Principles in Cases of C̀̀onflict of Interest́́ and D̀̀elegation of Regulatory Powerś ́-- Inequality of Opportunity Cases -- (i) Connect Austria (Mobile Telecoms Licences) -- (ii) DEI v. Commission (Greek Lignite): Judgments of the General Court and the Court of Justice -- 2.2 Exemptions from and Exceptions to the Application of Article 106(1) TFEU -- 2.3 Article 106(2) TFEU -- 2.3.1 Introduction -- 2.3.2 The Scope of Article 106(2) -- The Concept of Entrustment -- Services of General Economic Interest (SGEIs) -- (a) Introduction -- (b) Analysing the Term S̀̀ervices of General Economic Interest́́ (SGEIs) -- (c) A Creature of EU Law -- (d) Article 14 TFEU and the Role of Subsidiarity -- (e) EU Control of Nationally Defined SGEIs
  • (f) Examples of SGEIs Defined at National Level and Recognized or Upheld by the EU Courts -- Revenue-Producing Monopolies -- 2.3.3 Justification for the Non-application of the Competition Rules -- Obstruction of the Performance by an Entrusted Undertaking of Its Particular SGEI Tasks: Necessity and Proportionality of the ... -- (a) Introduction -- (b) Proper Performance of SGEIs Presupposes Economically Acceptable Conditions -- (c) Necessity and Proportionality of State Measures: Intensity of Judicial Review and Burden of Proof -- (d) Obstruction of Performance of SGEIs Within the Meaning of Article 106(2): Illustrative Cases -- (i) Corbeau -- (ii) Energy Import and Export Cases -- Application of Exemption Under Article 106(2) Must Not Affect the Development of Trade to an Extent Contrary to the Interests ... -- 3 Building a National Competition Strategy (NCS) in China -- References -- Striking an Uneasy Balance Between Competition and Market Integration: The Case of EU Public Procurement -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Procurement Market Integration in the EU -- 3 Procurement Integration Studies in the EU -- 3.1 Market Integration and Cross-Border Procurements -- 3.2 Addressing Impediments to Market Integration -- 4 The 2014 EU Public Procurement Reform and Market Integration -- 5 The Chinese Government Procurement Law and Market Integration -- 6 Comparison and Concluding Remarks -- References -- Part II: Financial Regulation -- Lessons from the European Sovereign Debt Crisis for China -- 1 Introduction -- 2 One of the Institutional Reasons for the European Debt Crisis -- 3 Reasons for the European Debt Crisis: Empirical Results -- 3.1 Variables Description and Data Source -- 3.2 Descriptive Statistics -- 3.3 Results -- 4 Lessons to Learn for China: Developing Pension Finance -- References
  • Why Are Chinás State-Owned Enterprises so Profitable? A Financial Repression Perspective -- 1 Introduction -- 2 SOE Reform in China: Past and Present -- 3 Chinás Financial Repression -- 4 Financial Repression and the Profitability of SOEs: An Empirical Examination -- 4.1 A Rough Estimate of Rents from Financial Repression -- 4.2 The Regression Model -- 5 Concluding Remarks -- References -- Is There a Level Playing Field in Chinás Capital Markets? An Analysis of Public and Private Enforcement -- 1 Introduction -- 2 A Brief Introduction of the China Securities Regulatory Commission -- 3 Is the CSRC Protecting a Level Playing Field: Case Studies of Misrepresentation -- 3.1 Why Misrepresentation Cases? -- 3.2 Public Enforcement Actions Against Listed SOEs and Listed PB Companies: Empirical Evidence and Case Studies -- 3.2.1 Empirical Evidence -- 3.2.2 Case Studies -- Setting Out General and Specified Standards -- Lenient Standards Toward Listed SOEs with Powerful Controllers -- 4 Private Enforcement -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Part III: Freedom of Establishment, Professional Regulation and Self-Regulation -- Regulation of the Inter-Provincial Establishment of Companies: Applying the Private Interest Approach to China -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Regulation of the Inter-Provincial Establishment of Companies in China -- 2.1 Rules on the Cross-Provincial Establishment of Companies -- 2.2 Rules That Constrain Business Licensing -- 2.2.1 Possibility to Extend Licensing Regimes to Every Matter -- 2.2.2 Lack of Judicial Review -- 3 The Reality of Inter-Provincial Establishment -- 4 The Theory of Regulation -- 4.1 The Public Interest Approach -- 4.2 The Private Interest Approach -- 5 Interests of the Actors Involved in the Regulation of Inter-Provincial Establishment -- 5.1 Local Officials -- 5.1.1 Promotion -- 5.1.2 Corruption -- 5.2 Local Industries
  • 5.3 Other Industries -- 6 Interview Results -- 6.1 Access Barriers Erected by Local Licensing Authorities -- 6.2 Interests of Officials in Creating Entry Barriers -- 6.2.1 Promotion -- 6.2.2 Corruption -- 7 Conclusions -- References -- Business Restrictions in the Legal Professions: Do We Need More Market Integration? -- 1 Introduction -- 2 An Economic Approach to Business Restrictions -- 2.1 Economic Theories of Regulation -- 2.2 Restrictions on MDPs and ABSs: Theoretical Perspectives -- 2.2.1 Alternative Business Structures -- 2.2.2 Multi-Disciplinary Partnerships -- 2.3 Restrictions on ABSs and MDPs: Empirical Evidence -- 2.4 Concluding Remarks -- 3 Views of Professionals -- 3.1 Responses to 2003 Questionnaire (DG Competition): MDPs -- 3.2 Interview Results DG MARKT Study (2012): MDPs and ABSs -- 4 Free Movement of Lawyers -- 4.1 EU Directives on Free Movement -- 4.2 Findings Study on Barriers to Free Movement -- 5 Is There a Need for European Intervention? -- 6 Implications for China -- 7 Conclusions -- References -- The Regulation of Corporate Environmental Responsibility -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Internalising Externalities via (Self-) Regulation -- 2.1 Coase -- 2.2 Legal Intervention -- 2.3 Private or Self-Regulation? -- 3 Why CER? -- 3.1 Business Interest: Strategic CER -- 3.2 The Porter Hypothesis -- 3.3 Product Differentiation and Branding -- 4 Complication: Principal-Agent Problems -- 4.1 CER as a Shareholder Preference -- 4.2 Shareholders Want CER While Managers Do Not -- 4.3 Managers Want CER While Shareholders Do Not -- 5 Does CER Pay Off? -- 6 Is Regulation Needed? -- 7 Concluding Remarks and Implications for China -- References -- Self-Regulation Versus Public Regulation: An Analysis of Environmental and Safety Standard Setting in the Oil and Gas Pipeline... -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Types of Standards -- 2.1 Technical Codes and Standards
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