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Ms. Eleanor M. Fox
Walter J. Derenberg
Professor of Trade Regulation
New York University School of Law

Biography Biography in PDF

International Economic Law
Competition Law
Developing Countries, Markets and Competition Laws: How Developing Countries Are Trying to Improve Their Economic Wellbeing by Harnessing Markets to Work for Them
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Competition Law and World Systems: Extraterritoriality, Convergence, and the Prospects for a Unified World System through an International Law of Antitrust
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(70 minutes)
International Economic Law
Competition Law
Developing Countries, Markets and Competition Laws: How Developing Countries Are Trying to Improve Their Economic Wellbeing by Harnessing Markets to Work for Them

A. Legal Instruments
B. Documents
General Assembly resolution 35/63 of 5 December 1980 (Restrictive Business Practices).

General Assembly resolution 55/2 of 8 September 2000 (United Nations Millennium Declaration).
C. Doctrine
P. Collier, The Bottom Billion: Why the Poorest Countries are Failing and What Can Be Done about It, Oxford University Press, USA, 2007.

F. Jenny, “Cartels and Collusion in Developing Countries: Lessons from Empirical Evidence”, World Competition: Law and Economics Review, vol. 29, 2006, pp. 109-137.

F. Jenny, “Export Cartels in Primary Products: The Potash Case in Perspective,” in: Evenett/Jenny (eds.), Trade, Competition and the Pricing of Commodities, Centre for Economic Policy Research, London, 2012, pp. 99-132.

J. Williamson, “What Washington Means by Policy Reform”, in: Williamson (ed.), Latin American Adjustment: How Much Has Happened?, Institute for International Economics, Washington DC, 1990, p. 7.

Competition Law and World Systems: Extraterritoriality, Convergence, and the Prospects for a Unified World System through an International Law of Antitrust
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