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Market Entry and Competition Law in Latin America: The Role of Economic Development in Antitrust Analysis


ISBN13: 9783662623497
Published: January 2022
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Germany
Format: Paperback (Hardback in 2021)
Price: £69.99
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This book explores the relationship between market entry analysis in competition law and the study of the determinants of aggregate investment. Macroeconomic and social characteristics, such as widespread corruption, political instability, and low levels of education are associated with lower investment rates. Progress on these indicators on the other hand is also strongly associated with sustained growth and higher investment rates.

This book analyzes the interaction between these macro variables and the market-specific analysis typical in antitrust cases. Against this background, representative decisions of four Latin American competition authorities - Mexico, El Salvador, Colombia, and Chile - on unilateral conduct are analyzed, focusing on market power assessment. The analysis shows that there is little to no explicit or implicit consideration of the impact of the macroeconomic environment on market dynamism and therefore on market power. This book also explores the influence that EU and US competition law have in the standards to prove ease of market entry developed by the Latin American authorities. Although most of the Latin American authorities share a lack of reliance on market forces, which is characteristic of EU competition law, this book argues that market entry analysis still needs to be adjusted to fit the socio-economic context that affects investment within the country and the degree to which each particular market is affected.

Finally, the book proposes a framework on how the macro characteristics covered can be incorporated into competition law enforcement.

Subjects:
Competition Law, Other Jurisdictions , Latin America
Contents:
Introduction
Market power and its measurement: The relevance of entry analysis
The long run market equilibrium and barriers to entry
Dynamic aspects of entry
Determinants of the investment rate in the economy and their relevance in entry analysis
How different are Latin American countries from the EU and the US regarding the socio-economic variables under study?
Choosing the countries.- Entry analysis in abuse of dominance cases
Comparative analysis: Do Latin American countries follow the EU or US standards for entry analysis?
How to incorporate the country characteristics studied in the present research into entry analysis
Conclusions