Australian Competition LawÂ provides an engaging and authoritative treatment of Australian competition law and is an ideal text both for practitioners and for those studying the subject for the first time.
The clear explanations of complex concepts and the lively style foster a sound understanding of the legal principles of competition law in Australia and its economic underpinnings. The work focuses on the contemporary situation and recent developments but also explains the historical context using analogies from popular culture.
The new edition ofÂ Australian Competition LawÂ has been fully revised and the discussion of recent case law has been expanded. A new chapter is included to provide readers with assistance on understanding case law in this area, and a chapter on Access Regimes has also been added.
This Abridged edition of Blackshield and Williams provides students with a concise and compact version...
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