Principles of Competition Law in South Africa offers an accessible, applied and rigorous introduction to the general principles of competition law and policy in South Africa. The text presents the fundamental principles of competition law within a clear and practical framework, and supports enquiring engagement with critical and reflective issues. Providing a comprehensive foundation of knowledge, the text introduces relevant, key concepts and perspectives of competition economic theory, inviting readers to deepen their understanding of the core subject matter in an accessible manner. Principles of Competition Law in South Africa is suited as course material for students who are studying competition law as a module of the LLB degree programme, or at postgraduate level. It is also a useful resource for practitioners who may wish to engage with foundational and current principles of the field.
Principles of Competition Law in South Africa, Luke KELLY, David UNTERHALTER, Paula YOUENS, Isabel GOODMAN and Patrick SMITH
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