- Ramser, Hans Jürgen
- Stadler, Manfred
This volume contains the papers and discussions of the 39th Ottobeuren Seminar on Economics dealing with the subject of "market power". The authors deal with numerous issues relevant to the market from a theoretical, empirical, political and legal perspective. This meeting of scholars from universities and research institutes as well as practitioners from the European Commission, the Federal Cartel Office and the Federal Network Agency explain the unique character of this conference. (Published in German.)
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