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La Regulación de la Competencia Desleal en Venezuela

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  • Enrique R. González Porras

    (Universidad Central de Venezuela)

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Este trabajo expone un marco justificativo para una de las formas de intervención del Estado en las actividades económicas. Asimismo, se describen los distintos fundamentos subyacentes en la acción pública y más particularmente, en la regulación de la competencia desleal. Por otra parte se menciona el marco regulatorio con el que cuenta Venezuela ante el despliegue de prácticas o conductas desleales. Se realiza una breve comparación entre la regulación venezolana, la española y la colombiana. Por último, se recomienda el fortalecimiento institucional de los entes regulatorios encargados de velar por el respeto a la buena fe en el ámbito de las relaciones comerciales y el sano despliegue de prácticas competitivas.

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  • Enrique R. González Porras, 2003. "La Regulación de la Competencia Desleal en Venezuela," Law and Economics 0310001, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwple:0310001 Note: Type of Document - word perfect doc; prepared on Win98; to print on Deskjet 660c ; pages: 34 ; figures: Graphic included. Este trabajo fue realizado por una solicitud de la Cámara de Comercio de Bogota hacia el autor. Sin embargo no existe ninguna restricción para que pueda ser publicado en cualquier otra parte.
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    Keywords

    Regulación Económica; Regulación de Competencia; Competencia Desleal; Prácticas y Conductas Desleales.;

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    • K21 - Law and Economics - - Regulation and Business Law - - - Antitrust Law

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