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The Regionalisation of Competition Law and Policy within the ASEAN Economic Community

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  • Editor: Burton Ong, National University of Singapore
Burton Ong, Wan Khatina Nawawi, Corinne Chew, Pornchai Wisuttisak, Cheong May Fong, Eleanor M. Fox, G. Deniz Both, Josef Drexl, Barry J. Rodger, Mary Catherine Lucey, Alison Jones, Andrea Gideon, John Townsend
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  • Date Published: August 2019
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108708418

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  • This edited volume of essays examines a wide range of issues related to the regionalisation of competition policy in South East Asia, where the ten member states of ASEAN have launched the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). Written by a diverse group of academics, practitioners and policy-makers, this book explore issues such as the role of competition policy in facilitating the market-integration ambitions of the ASEAN member states, the challenges arising from divergences in the national competition law regimes of the ASEAN member states, and the absence of a supranational legal framework and the future of competition policy in light of the AEC Blueprint 2025. Given the nexus between regional competition policy and regional market integration, this book will be of particular interest to lawyers, economists and policymakers working in the fields of competition law and regional trade law.

    • Offers a broad range of perspectives, appealing to an extensive audience with chapters written by academics, practitioners and policy-makers
    • Experts from within ASEAN member states provide an 'insiders' perspective into the development of competition law
    • Discusses other regional competition regimes offering a neutral comparative perspective
    • Examines regionalisation of competition law within ASEAN and exposes a wide range of issues arising from specific regional settings
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    ‘ASEAN recognises the importance of effective competition regimes in its member states so as to build a competitive, innovative and dynamic economic community. This book has never been more timely and Burton Ong has assembled a team of global competition law scholars to help ASEAN chart its growth towards the ASEAN Economic Blueprint 2025.' Toh Han Li, Chief Executive, Competition Commission of Singapore

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    • Date Published: August 2019
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108708418
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 21 mm
    • weight: 0.547kg
    • contains: 2 b/w illus. 9 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. Competition law and policy in the ASEAN region: origins, objectives and opportunities Burton Ong
    2. Regionalisation of competition law and policy in ASEAN: why, how, and when? Wan Khatina Nawawi
    3. Diversity in national competition laws in the ASEAN region and the resulting challenges for businesses operating in the region Corinne Chew
    4. Competition law, state-owned enterprises and regional market integration in ASEAN Pornchai Wisuttisak and Cheong May Fong
    5. Can ASEAN achieve a single market with national-only competition law? Eleanor M. Fox
    6. Models of regional cooperation in competition law and policy from around the world: lessons for the ASEAN region G. Deniz Both
    7. The transplantability of the EU's competition law framework into the ASEAN region Josef Drexl
    8. Convergence and divergence within the EU's supranational competition law framework: norms, enforcement rules and prioritisation in the UK and Ireland Barry J. Rodger and Mary Catherine Lucey
    9. Antitrust appraisal of vertical agreements in the ASEAN economic community: proposals for a more harmonised approach Alison Jones
    10. Application of competition law to public services: the EU experience, the ASEAN approach and implications for regional integration in ASEAN Andrea Gideon
    11. Developing regional competition policy for ASEAN in the telecommunications sector John Townsend.

  • Editor

    Burton Ong, National University of Singapore
    Burton Ong is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law of the National University of Singapore (NUS) where he teaches and researches in the areas of competition law, contract law and intellectual property law. He is a Director (Competition Law) at the NUS EW Barker Centre for Law and Business. His academic writings have been published by Competition Policy International (CPI), World Competition, International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law (IIC), Intellectual Property Quarterly (IPQ), European Intellectual Property Review (EIPR), European Competition Law Review (ECLR), Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, Edward Elgar and Hart Publishing. He is also a consultant on competition law matters to private and public sector organisations in and around Singapore.

    Contributors

    Burton Ong, Wan Khatina Nawawi, Corinne Chew, Pornchai Wisuttisak, Cheong May Fong, Eleanor M. Fox, G. Deniz Both, Josef Drexl, Barry J. Rodger, Mary Catherine Lucey, Alison Jones, Andrea Gideon, John Townsend

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