Les rapports entre autorités de régulation en matière de concurrence

Claude Lucas de Leyssac, Mourad Medjnah

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The back cover states: "The coexistence between general competition authorities and sector-specific regulatory authorities continues and, moreover, poses new problems in terms of the articulation between the two categories of regulatory authorities in network industries. This is a major concern and an honourable solution must be found to avoid competition between the different regulatory authorities. Because the law follows the movement of the market, and in view of the economic reality of the regulated sectors, the quest for real effectiveness of the regulatory authorities and better protection of the legal security of market players (companies and consumers) calls for a new conception of regulation, according to which a balanced relationship between the two types of regulators must gradually give way to a process of integration of the sectoral regulators within the ordinary competition law regulator. Thus, the study conducted in this book demonstrates a relevant perspective that is able to reconcile the plurality of issues at stake in competition regulation: the predictability of decisions, the effectiveness of action and the visibility of the subject".

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  • University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne

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Stéphane Rodrigues, Les rapports entre autorités de régulation en matière de concurrence, December 2013, Concurrences N° 4-2013, Art. N° 57398, p. 221

Publisher L'Harmattan

Date 1 May 2013

Number of pages 892

ISBN 978-2-336-29750-7

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