Competition Policies for an Integrated World Economy
AUTHOR: Scherer, F. M.
PUBLISHER: Brookings Institution Press
Also available at Amazon.com
"Scherer has demonstrated yet again why he is one of the world's leading antitrust scholars. This book provides a much needed, in-depth study of the role of national antitrust policies in a global economy. The Antitrust Division wrestles with this question daily and this book provides a guide to us and to all those interested in antitrust policy with some important answers."--Anne K. Bingaman, Assistant Attorney General, Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice.
As global markets for goods, services and financial assets have become increasingly integrated, national governments no longer have as much control over economic markets. With the completion of the Uruguay Round of the GATT talks, the world economy has entered a fresh phase requiring different rules and different levels of international cooperation. Policies once thought to be entirely domestic and appropriately determined by national political institutions, are now subject to international constraints. Cogent analysis of this deeper integration of the world economy, and guidelines for government policies, are urgent priorities. This series aims to meet these needs over a range of 21 books by some of the world's leading economists, political scientists, foreign policy specialists and government officials.
A volume of Brookings' Integrating National Economies Series
PUBLICATION DATE: 8/1/1994
CATEGORY: Business & Economics, Political Science