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Scambio di Informazioni tra Imprese, Ricerche di Mercato e Tutela della Concorrenza: un’Analisi della Letteratura Economica

  • Valentino Lenza

    (Osservatorio Antitrust)

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    In questo lavoro viene affrontato il problema dello scambio di informazioni tra imprese concorrenti come pratica facilitante per la collusione tacita. Nella prima parte vengono evidenziati alcuni elementi utili per comprendere in quali circostanze un’ordinaria ricerca di mercato potrebbe cadere nel divieto dello scambio di informazioni e vengono descritte le linee guida emanate dal Department of Justice. Nella seconda parte vengono analizzati i diversi approcci presenti nella letteratura economica sul problema e viene suggerita un’ulteriore direzione di analisi che dia maggiore risalto al ruolo che le informazioni hanno nel processo decisionale delle imprese. Seguono le implicazioni per le politiche antitrust.

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    Paper provided by EconWPA in its series Law and Economics with number 0410004.

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    Length: 15 pages
    Date of creation: 31 Oct 2004
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    Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwple:0410004
    Note: Type of Document - pdf; pages: 15. Pubblicato il 31 ottobre 2004 su Osservatorio Antitrust (
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