Competition over Competition Policy for International Trade and Intellectual Property
By Christoper Arup
Increasingly, international trade law demands that national competition policy play a role making domestic markets more accessible to foreign traders. But can international competition policy also control transnational business practices? New international intellectual property power is providing a reason why such control is needed. This article gauges the competition over the nature of competition policy in a global era.
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Prometheus: Critical Studies in Innovation
Volume 16, Issue 3