LAW AND ECONOMY : MERGER CONTROL - IMPLEMENTATION - JOINT-VENTURES - LEGAL AND ECONOMIC ISSUES

Concentrative vs. cooperative joint-ventures

This set of two papers is derived from the training session organized by the Concurrences Review that was held on 20th March 2012 in Paris. The contributions examine the legal and economic issues that joint ventures may raise in the context of the implementation of merger control rules.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Control of joint venturesTests Concentration and coordination Layered Underlay Chief Economist, Competition Authority 1. The control of joint ventures is divided between ex ante control (control of concentrations) and ex post control (control of agreements between undertakings under Articles L. 420-1 of the French Commercial Code or 101 TFEU). 2. The following discussion, as well as the interventions of David Spector and David Tayar, only concerns full-function joint ventures which are subject to an ex ante analysis in the context of merger control. I. Joint Undertakings and control of 3. As recalled in the Competition Authority's Guidelines on Merger

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  • Clifford Chance (Paris)
  • ENSAE Paris-Tech

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David Tayar, Thibaud Vergé, Concentrative vs. cooperative joint-ventures, September 2012, Concurrences N° 3-2012, Art. N° 48105, www.concurrences.com

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