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A dominanciaproblémák tényeinek értelmezése és a közgazdaság-tudományi módszertan
[Interpretation of the facts of dominance problems and the methodology of economics]

  • Török, Ádám
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    A cikk a versenyszabályozás közgazdaságtanának egyik nagy gyakorlati jelentőségű területével, a dominanciaproblémák elemzésével kapcsolatban tekinti át a megfigyelt tények különböző, egymásnak akár ellentmondó, de egyaránt egzaktnak tekinthető interpretációs lehetőségeit. Elsősorban az amerikai versenyjogi gyakorlat egyik legutóbbi híres esete, a "böngészőügy" feldolgozásával próbálja megvilágítani a verseny tényei önmagában való (per se) és mérlegelés szerinti (rule of reason) értelmezésének közgazdasági hátterét. A tanulmány a dominanciaügyek értékelésének módszertanával kapcsolatos megjegyzésekkel zárul. Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) kód: B40, K21, L41.

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    Volume (Year): LVIII (2011)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 41-55

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