Analyse et limites de l'évaluation rétrospective d'une concentration
From a methodological perspective, this paper aims to review the various means to assess a competition agency's merger decision. The upward trend to measure the efficiency of competition policy shows the utility of a survey about the main existing quantitative tools. To this end, four different approaches are exposed: simulation with structural models, event studies, the difference-in-difference technique, and lastly, surveys. One can ask if these tools often used during an investigation phase for a merger proposal can be transposed for a retrospective study. The pros and cons of such models are emphasized so that complementarities among them are possible.
|Date of creation:||2009|
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|Publication status:||Published in Revue Internationale de Droit Economique, Association internationale de droit économique, 2009, 23 (2), pp.159-173|
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