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Competition Law introduces students to the principal areas of law in Australia which aim to preserve competition in the economy. Attention will focus on the restrictive trade practices provisions of the Trade Practices Act 1974 and their theoretical underpinnings.

Competition Law with Dr Julie Clarke Deakin University

    • 課程

Competition Law introduces students to the principal areas of law in Australia which aim to preserve competition in the economy. Attention will focus on the restrictive trade practices provisions of the Trade Practices Act 1974 and their theoretical underpinnings.

    • video
    Mergers

    Mergers

    The sections of merges Julie is looking at are predominantly related to sections 50 and 50A, which are structural rather than behavioural prohibitions. They are designed to effectively stop any structural changes within the market.

    • 1 小時 10 分鐘
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    Authorisation, Remedies and Proceedures

    Authorisation, Remedies and Proceedures

    Julie demonstrates the capabilities of authorisation, remedies and procedures. There are a number of authorities which are connected to the trade practices Act including:
    1. ACCC: enforces the Acts, 2. Tribunal: Limited adjudicative role, 3. CDPP: Criminal cartel prosecution, limited role involved, 4. Courts: Decide on contraventions in most cases, 5. Individuals:

    • 40 分鐘
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    Access regime within Competition Law

    Access regime within Competition Law

    "Julie illustrates the Access Regime within competition law. The access Regime was introduced in 1995, a part of the national competition party reforms and is a part of 111A TPA.

    • 16 分鐘
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    International Competition Law

    International Competition Law

    Julie Clarke discusses International Competition Law and explains at the moment there remains no international competitive law. However, a few things are being done in order to continue to:
    1. Harmonising competition laws. 2. Increasing the enforcement of Competition laws will go around the formal/territorial boundaries of just one state. The international competitive law will help to enhance the potential for global wealth instead of possessing a goal of protecting their national interests. It is easier to share information and to coordinate activities when there are similar policies and procedures put in place, there is also a board desire for an increase in convergence. There are three main international agreements including:
    1. Bilateral agreements: do not solve problems with conflicting interests.
    2. Regional agreements: Australia and New Zealand.
    3. International agreements: Established in 2001, the government of competition regulators have no power to take treaties.

    • 12 分鐘
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    Goals of Competition law

    Goals of Competition law

    Julie delivers brief content on the Goals of Competitive Law and outlines why we should are, the independent school of thought and the differences between the provisions found within the law which contribute to the concept and Goals of Competitive law.

    • 29 分鐘
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    Julie Clarke talks about Competition Law MLL409

    Julie Clarke talks about Competition Law MLL409

    Julie Clarke video

    • 7 分鐘

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