Europäische Ursprünge der Regulierung von Wettbewerb
Roman Michalczyk imparts new knowledge on the general discussion on regulation in Europe and the USA. He describes the historical situation which was the basis for the development of the regulation as well as the political, economic and legal factors which interacted to enable Europe to look back on its own, non-American regulatory tradition which already existed in the 19th century. (Published in German.)
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