Competition Law and Policy in the Middle East
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 7.48" wide x 59.84" long x 90.16" tall
Competition Law and Policy in the Middle East, first published in 2007, examines and critically analyses the development and role of competition law and policy in one of the most interesting regions of the world. The importance of the Middle East within the global political and economic arenas gives this book huge international significance and interest. The book will prove useful to a variety of audiences around the world: to the competition law specialists, to the students of the subject, to policy-makers and politicians in the Middle East and to those whose work deals with law and economics and who wish to know more about competition law and policy in this special part of the world.
Maher Dabbah is the Founder and Director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Competition Law and Policy (ICC), Queen Mary, University of London. He also acts as a consultant to different organisations in the field and as special counsel to large businesses.
|The relationship between Islam and competition law and policy|
|Israel: the region's oldest competition law|
|Turkey: a European dream from the other side of the border|
|The Arab Maghreb countries|
|Jordan's 2004 competition law|
|The Gulf States: a possible model for regional cooperation|
|The Arab Republic of Egypt: the chase after globalisation|
|Lebanon and Syria: a tale of two states|
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