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Outcome van NMa-optreden, resultaten voor 2009 en 2010

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  • Machiel Mulder
  • Ron Kemp
  • Jarig van Sinderen
  • Jeroen Cordeweners
  • Daniël Leliefeld
  • Koos Borkent

    (Netherlands Competition Authority)

Since a number of years, the NMa publishes the economic outcome of its interventions in markets through merger control, antitrust and regulation. The outcome is measured in terms of consumer surplus, reflecting NMa’s goal to foster consumer welfare by improving competition. The publication of its outcome is primarily meant to give account to the Dutch society on the benefits of NMa’s activities. In addition, the calculation of the outcome contributes to the internal priority setting by giving information on the most effective kind of interventions. This reports presents the outcome over 2009 en 2010.

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Paper provided by Netherlands Competition Authority in its series NMa Working Papers with number 4.

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Length: 41 pages
Date of creation: Feb 2011
Handle: RePEc:nco:wpaper:1113
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